As agricultural mechanization gains daily popularity among Nigerian farmers and key agricultural stakeholders, what comes readily to mind at the instance of mechanized farming – as some prefer to call it – are tractors, plough, harrow, planters, automated feed conveyors/drinkers, automated feed millers to mention just a few.
Crop production – one of the two components of agriculture in Nigeria – has been greatly favored as regards the use of modern technology in implementing its operations. As at today, there is virtually no activity in the crop production value chain that is tedious to achieve with available modern technology; pre planting, planting, post planting, harvesting, processing and storage have been catered for. No doubt one’s mind swing swiftly toward crop production at the mention of the subject, “mechanized farming in Nigeria”.
On the other hand, animal production – the co-component of agriculture in Nigeria – apparently suffers more at the…
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