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    Nigeria approves open cultivation of TELA maize

    By Deji Abdulwahab Abuja, Oct. 11, 2021 The Federal Government has granted environmental approval for evaluation and open cultivation of TELA Maize in the country. TELA...

    25m Nigerians risk job losses over poultry industry crisis – PAN

    By Bukola Adewumi Abuja, Oct. 9, 2021 The Poultry Association of Nigeria (PAN) says the current feed challenges facing the multi-billion naira poultry industry may...

    Expert tells FG to develop clear strategy on challenges facing Nigeria’s Agric sector

    By Olayinka Olawale Lagos, Oct. 06, 2021 Mr African farmer Mogaji, the immediate past Chairman, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Agricultural and Allied...

    ANALYSIS: 45% food variants served in Nigerian homes are wheat derivatives as Imports surge, farmers lament

    Based on research, about 45perecent of the daily food portions that are served in Nigerian households are derived from wheat. This high consumption rate opens...

    USAID-backed Trade Hub awards $1.2 million grant to boost maize, soybeans output in Kaduna state

    The West Africa Trade & Investment Hub (Trade Hub) on Monday announced a $1.2 million (N494 million) co-investment grant to Tomato Jos Farming and...

    Nigeria spends $2 billion annually on wheat imports as FG targets import restriction

    Wheat used to produce many staple food items, including bread and biscuit, will soon join the list of items restricted from official forex allocation...

    Despite N150bn spent in maize, rice local farming, Agric potentials lay waste in states

    Nigeria has lost its glory, wealth and position in the production of almost all the tree crops like cocoa, oil palm, cashew etc. In the...

    Nigerian poultry farmers turn to cassava peels as cost of animal feed spikes

    As the cost of poultry and animal feeds increases daily, many farms and hatcheries have been forced to halt their operations. Sourcing of feed raw...

    Over 35% of Nigeria’s workforce are smallholder farmers as Tech Startups explore opportunities

    ROLLING MEADOWS, Illinois — Farmers make up more than 35% of the workforce in Nigeria. Additionally, farming accounts for more than 20% of Nigeria’s...

    Imo state’s Adapalm plans to employ 120,000 workers

    ...Begins full production Governor Hope Uzodimma of Imo State is excited that Adapalm Nigeria Ltd is now ready to engage 120,000 workers with the restoration...

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