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3 Ways You Can Make Yourself Rich in Yam Business

3 Ways You Can Make Yourself Rich in Yam Business

Cultivate Yam: Yam is one of the major staple crops grown in Nigeria. It yields best at places where there is rainfall of about 150cm throughout the farming season. Farmland clearing, tilling and making ridges are essential in yam production. Planting of yam should be...
Commercial Livestock Feed to be Obtained from Cassava Peels

Commercial Livestock Feed to be Obtained from Cassava Peels

Essentially every part of cassava is economically and industrially useful as there is no end to its commercial possibilities. In the past, cassava peels were usually discarded but now, it is being utilized as animal feed although predominantly processed on a small...
Machinery for Land Preparation

Machinery for Land Preparation

There are majorly two kinds of machinery used for land preparation. This includes: Primary tillage includes Mould plough  For turning up the soil thereby incorporating crop residues deep into the soil which in turn can help improve soil fertility Disc ploughs and...

Modern Poultry Management

Modern Poultry Management Poultry Managing The Modern Poultry Poultry Production Poultry refers to all types of domesticated birds. These include chickens, guinea fowl, turkeys’ ducks, geese, ostriches, pigeons, pheasants and other game birds. Chickens are the...

Uses of Poultry Farming Equipment

Uses of Poultry Farming Equipment   Poultry farming is a very lucrative aspect of agriculture under livestock farming. For you to achieve maximum result in your poultry farming business, there are certain equipment that are necessary. Now for those who are in the...
Cassava Seeds to Replace Stem Cuttings in Nigeria Soon

Cassava Seeds to Replace Stem Cuttings in Nigeria Soon

Stem cuttings are usually the main mode of propagation of cassava. Soon cassava seeds will replace the use of stem cuttings in Nigeria and farmers will no longer have to depend on the ancient ways of cultivating cassava all year round. Mrs Maria Ukpayang, who is the...