7 Most Common Rabbit Breeds that are raised in Nigeria

Most Common Rabbit Breeds in Nigeria Rabbit Farming is one of the fast growing Livestock Venture in Nigeria today; it has become a major source of income…

Top 10 Most Profitable Livestock Farming Business in Nigeria You can Start

Globally, Agriculture is a Business that transcend from one generation to another, most people work for many years with government and they are awarded  a prize or…

How to Start Sheep and Goat Business in Nigeria and make good Money!

How profitable is Sheep and Goat Farming Business in Nigeria? This is the question majority of people ask me, but I am going to answer that question…

WHAT YOU NEED TO PUT IN PLACE BEFORE GOING INTO ANY FARMING BUSINESS

_KNOWLEDGE__ gather as much knowledge about the farms enterprise you wish to start with, go for knowledge and training ,buy eBook and business magazine use your phone…

Food Security: Nigeria Plans “Operation Feed Yourself”

Nigeria is considering an “Operation Feed Yourself” initiative to encourage the establishment of urban farms and small home gardens in the country. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said…

Lists of 30 Practical Agric Business Ideas and Investment You can Start Today

Looking for lucrative farming business ideas for to Start now? Here is the list of lucrative agricultural business i listed; but in this post i have compile…

OBASANJO FARMS OTA NIGERIA LIMITED OGUN STATE

Agriculture as indeed been the bed rock of development and growth in any society Nigeria, it is not exception. In Africa, so many people have heard of…

How Often Should You Feed Your Fishes?

How often you feed your fishes will differ depending on a lot of factors, but for the results I get – an average of 1.5kg to 2kg fish size in…

How to Start Grasscutter Farming Business in Nigeria and Earn Money

Nigeria is indeed a blessed Nation, with various resources and opportunity, it is only a pity that foreigners tend to identify the opportunities that abound in Nigeria,…

Rabbit Urine the New Liquid Gold for Nigerian Farmers

The National Agricultural Land Development Authority has said that it has harvested over 30,000 litres of rabbit urine and 1,000 kilograms of rabbit droppings for fertilizer production…