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Plateau poultry farmers decry low patronage, hike in price of feeds

  Poultry farmers in Plateau say they record low patronage and experience hike in the price of feeds in recent times. Mr John Dasar, the Chairman, Poultry Association of Nigeria in the state, spoke to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Jos. This period is, indeed, tough for us; the

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Kebbi Govt. to collaborate with Niger, Benin to promote Agriculture

  The Kebbi Government has promised to collaborate with Niger and Benin republics to promote agricultural, economic, cultural and political relationship.   Gov. Atiku Bagudu made the pledge on Monday in Birnin Kebbi when he received a delegation of farmers, traders and livestock breeders from Dosso state in Niger republic. The delegation, led by

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Local farmers can tap from N800bn poultry industry

POULTRY farming has become one of the biggest components of Nigeria’s agriculture with abundant social and economic poten­tials, which contributes 25 per cent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Poultry farming, which consists the rearing of tur­keys, chickens, quails, ducks, pigeons, peacocks, guinea fowls, cows, goats, snails, and sheep now

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