Farmer Outlets

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126-128 Ekoro Road, Abule Egba Lagos Lagos
Phone: (234) 70592-32172
Blogs & Views

Every day, the food we eat connects us to a vast global web of farmers, traders, food manufacturers,...Read More

21st April 2021

Overpopulation adversely affects the growth and development of snails in captivity. They will grow s...Read More

15th April 2021

What is Organic Farming? Do farmers truly understand the term, and how sure can you be when you see ...Read More

15th April 2021

Broodstock Production: A Lucrative Business in Catfish Farming Catfish production is a very broad f...Read More

29th May 2020

  Fruit Trees? Learn how to grow fruit trees and see how to prune fruit trees for the first 4 ...Read More

3rd March 2020

Organic gardening has always been my passion. As a young child, from about the age of 12 I grew vege...Read More

3rd March 2020

Nigerians were not eating local rice as a result of stones and sands before now. Do you think they a...Read More

28th October 2019

  One of the biggest modern myths about agriculture is that organic farming is inherently sust...Read More

7th October 2019

Insects have insatiable appetites and the grain in your bin is a bug buffet. Their feeding damages t...Read More

12th September 2019

Feeding cost has always been a subject of contention in the operating cost of a poultry project; but...Read More

23rd July 2019

You actually do not have to stop lecturing or resign your other job to rear goats. You can do both. ...Read More

23rd July 2019

  There is a major debate that has been happening for generations… Is the tomato a frui...Read More

14th May 2019

  Farming is a Career I don't think farming as a career choice gets enough attention. Whe...Read More

14th May 2019

Farming organically is a term that has been grossly misrepresented. It is not just a form of agricul...Read More

13th February 2019

It is a notorious fact that almost everyone in Nigeria, particularly youths are not interested and ...Read More

6th February 2019

The African star apple, also known as the Agbalumo or Udara, has some wonderful health benefits. It ...Read More

11th January 2019

Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu has revealed that Nigeria spent N43 Trillion o...Read More

14th December 2018

Mushroom or toadstool as it is sometimes called, is the fleshy, spore-bearing fruiting body of a fun...Read More

13th November 2018

The African black velvet tamarind popularly known as Awin in Yoruba, Icheku in Igbo and Tsamiyar kur...Read More

24th October 2018

1.      Pick out a fresh pineapple. Look for one with firm, green leaves th...Read More

9th October 2018

Pig farming also known as piggery is another aspect of farming in Nigeria that is making smart inves...Read More

11th September 2018

Snails are a huge part of the diet in many parts of Africa, although they are not always affordable ...Read More

3rd September 2018

NIGERIAN farmers would any time soon begin to sell yam by weighing as against the usual means of sel...Read More

23rd August 2018

Eggs contain many vitamins and minerals that are essential parts of a healthy diet, and in many part...Read More

13th August 2018

Poultry farming is the process of raising domesticated birds such as chickens, ducks, turkey and gee...Read More

6th August 2018

The African pear which is mostly called Ube in Igbo language and can also be called bush pear, is a ...Read More

2nd August 2018

Over the years, farming in Nigeria has gotten less complicated, especially with new and profound kno...Read More

31st July 2018

Soybeans is a legume that has been in use centuries ago and recently extended into the Nigeria. It i...Read More

25th July 2018

The Ecological Organic Agriculture (EOA) initiative in Nigeria has urged farmers to embrace organic ...Read More

18th July 2018

Onions (Allium cepa L.) are very old vegetables that have been used for thousands of years. They...Read More

18th July 2018