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Apiculture

Apiculture

Apiculture is the science of keeping honey bee, harvesting, processing and marketing of the honey and other by-products. An apiary is a place where hives are kept for a successful beekeeping practice, the practitioner or apiculturist must observe the following: Keep...
Turkey Production

Turkey Production

Turkey, scientifically known as Meleagris gallopavo belongs to the family of birds called Meleagrididae. The young birds are called poults; the male birds are referred to as turkey cocks or toms while the female is called turkey hens (Ogundipe and Dafwang, 1980)....
Ingredients of Poultry Feed

Ingredients of Poultry Feed

Poultry breeders spend a lot of time focusing on finding chicken feed ingredients that provide good nutrition for the flock. Modern farming methods have introduced the ability to enhance the nutritional properties of chicken ingredients with supplements and additives....
Yam Production

Yam Production

Yam is in the class of roots and tubers that is a staple of the Nigerian and West African diet, which provides some 200 calories of energy per capita daily. In Nigeria, in many yam-producing areas, it is said that “yam is food and food is yam”. However,...
Oil Palm Production

Oil Palm Production

The Oil palm is as old as creation. Every part of the tree is useful economically and for domestic purposes. It is generally agreed that the Oil Palm (Elaeis guineensis) originated in the tropical rain forest region of West Africa. The main belt runs through the...
All You Need To Know About Cheese Making

All You Need To Know About Cheese Making

Cheese is a solid or semi-solid food product prepared from the milk of cows, ewes, goats, or other mammals. Most cheeses today are made from cows’ milk and they are an essential item in the diet of most people because they contain vital nutrients such as calcium, fat,...
Guidance to Tilapia Fish Farming

Guidance to Tilapia Fish Farming

Commercial Tilapia fish farming is becoming popular day by day as demand grows for this fish. Basically, Tilapia is the second most farmed fish in the world. Tilapia fish has contributed substantially to Food Security. The world aquaculture production of Tilapia fish...
The Importance of Ecological Farming

The Importance of Ecological Farming

Ecological farming, also called organic or biological, is based on the premise that the crops take advantage of natural resources to, for example, fight pests, maintain or increase soil fertility, etc., without resorting to synthetic chemicals such as...