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Author : Maxipharo

5 Major Problems Faced in Goat Farming in Nigeria

In this blog post we will be discussing the 5 major problems faced in Goat farming in Nigeria. Goat farming in Nigeria from time immemorial has been a practice that is as age-long as food consumption by the people in itself had been. The practice had been exclusively a household practice in which the domestic […]

Interview Section: Exploring the Agricultural value chain is where the Art, Science and Technology aspect of Agriculture lies

Hello Readers, do you know the importance of youth’s involvement in agriculture cannot be overemphasized? There are quite a number of youths breaking grounds and providing innovative solutions in the agricultural sector today. I have the privilege to present to you the next agripreneur to be featured in the interview section of this blog. I […]

Goat Farming in Nigeria: Beginner’s Guide

Goat Farming in Nigeria is seen as more of part of daily livelihood in most domestic households of the country. While there are different kinds of breeds of goats found particular to different regions of the country, it is common to find that people venture into goat farming largely on a subsistence level and with […]

Building Soils for Better Crops: Sustainable Agriculture

The soil condition plays a vital role in the yield quality, so you need to devote time to it constantly. At different season times, the soil may lack organic and nutrients. If this problem is not addressed, the land will be depleted, and the harvest will worsen. At the same time, healthy soil can reduce […]

Agricincome 3rd Edition Zero Hunger E-Magazine

The much anticipated third edition of Agricincome E-Magazine with the theme “Enabling Sustainable Food System through Diversification of Rural Livelihood” is here. Achieving the SDG goal 2 Zero hunger by 2030 is a priority. The demand for food has been increasing especially with the rapidly exploding population, therefore there is a need to increase food […]

Craving for Development presents a 4 day symposium

Register to attend this symposium for free in Senegal. Craving for Development presents a 4 day symposium with the theme: Leveraging Africa’s diverse potential for a breakthrough in AgroEcology. Venue: La Source aux Lamantins, iles du Saloum, Senegal. Vision Of The Symposium Date: Wednesday, 24th Nov. – Saturday, 27th Nov. 2021

Geese Farming in Nigeria: Beginner’s Guide

Geese farming in Nigeria is one of the unpopular and profitable ways of generating income from poultry farming. Geese can be classified under the same family of poultry as the duck. Geese are widely known to be a good source of protein from their meats and eggs. Geese has a lot of economic importance, their […]

Top 10 Agricultural Blogs in Nigeria

In this blog post, I will be sharing with you the top 10 agricultural blogs in Nigeria. Agriculture remains the most fascinating sector in Nigeria due to its engaging nature, profit-wise, and sustainability. Agricultural Blogs has served as a learning platform for farmers and intending farmers with detailed blog post, articles and guide about how […]

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