In Nigeria, there are different types of farming practices. Cassava farming is one the oldest type of farming practised in Nigeria and other African countries. This article will discuss Cassava farming processes in Nigeria made easy. Cassava is one of the root crops mostly planted by farmers in Nigeria. Cassava itself is a good source of carbohydrates, it is profitable and can serve as a good source of livelihood for farmers. Cassava can be processed both on a small scale and a large scale basis. It is of note that Nigeria is the highest producer of cassava.
The need to move away from an “Oil Driven Economy”, to an “Agricultural driven economy” becomes the best and most important option in Nigeria. This has led to Entreprenuary ventures (self-business) being encouraged by the government. This article will look at how to start a snail farming business in Nigeria. If you can learn how to start a snail farming business, it is no doubt lucrative in Nigeria. Snails have a huge nutritional and economic value worldwide and Nigeria is not exempted.
The rice farming business is among the 8 lucrative agricultural and farming business ideas in Nigeria for entrepreneurs. This article will discuss the steps to start rice farming business in Nigeria. Rice is one of the most popular staple foods acceptable and consumed by many countries, especially in Asia, and Africa. In Nigeria, many families consume rice. Due to the increase in the population of Nigeria, the consumption of rice as a food of different types has also increased.
Maize farming is the process of cultivation that produces maize grains. Maize is one of the popular food crops in Nigeria that can be planted and harvested at any time of the year. Our focus will be on the Maize farming business and the steps to start maize farming.
There are so many lucrative agricultural businesses you can think of. We are going to focus on the 8 Lucrative agricultural and farming business ideas in Nigeria for Entrepreneurs. It is fact that the agricultural sector contributes more than 20% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the country.
Before the oil boom, Agriculture was one of the sectors in the economy of Nigeria that contributed largely to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the country. This article will discuss the top Agribusiness companies in Nigeria and the list of top agribusiness in Nigeria.