Monthly Archives: June 2015

Top 10 Lucrative Farming Businesses

Originally posted on Agropreneurnaija:
Goat rearing in Kenya Farming in Nigeria has taken a dramatic turn to better directions in recent years, creating jobs and opportunities for Entrepreneurs who dare to go into Farming Business. Millionaires are made every year…

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Six tips for Nigerian banks to help financing agriculture

Originally posted on Agropreneurnaija:
As I sat in the e-conference Hall of the Kenya School of Monetary Studies, the venue for the 2nd African Continental Briefing organised as part of the Fin4Ag Conference: Revolutionising Finance for Agri-value chains, I could…

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OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE TO YOUNG PEOPLE IN AGRICULTURE THROUGH AGRIBUSINESS

Originally posted on Agropreneurnaija:
Young farmers                   (Source- Flicker) For young agro-entrepreneurs it is important that they are aware of the various opportunities available to them in the sector. Especially is it important…

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How Can One Tap Into The Value Chain System In Nigeria’s Agriculture? Part 1

Originally posted on Agropreneurnaija:
Value chain refers to all activities that is involved in getting a product to the market, each activity adding value at different stages. These activities include those before actual production, during production, and even after production.…

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IFPRI 2014–2015 Global Food Policy Report features chapter on food safety management

Originally posted on AgHealth:
A local pork vendor at the wet market sells her meat to two local women, Hung Yen province, Vietnam (photo credit: ILRI/Nguyen Ngoc Huyen). ? The 2014–2015 Global Food Policy Report launched last week (18 March…

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New ILRI report reviews the knowns and unknowns of antimicrobial resistance in animal agriculture in developing countries

Originally posted on AgHealth:
A herd of cattle in Botswana. A new report by ILRI identifies key evidence gaps in our knowledge of antimicrobial resistance in the livestock and fisheries sub-sectors in the developing world (photo credit: ILRI). Antimicrobial resistance…

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A concept note for camel development

Originally posted on Camel, food security and climate change:
It is a real time pleasure that camel is receiving attention of the scientists more than ever. I hope the belongings will change in camel’s favor soon. From this end of…

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