Photos: India Farmers Carryout a Successful Caesarean Operation on a Pregnanct Cow Succesfully!



It's something amazing and highly commendable. Some farmers are really getting their feet wet, innovations are seen daily and they are always fabulous.


Came across this and thought it's something worth sharing to enlighten and add to our exposure.

Below are the photos from the caesarean section operation of a pregnant cow done by the farmer, perhaps the cow has been going through labour pains.

You can use This Nigeria Made Tricycle 'WAZOBIA TRICYCLE' to transport your Farm Products



An Indigene of Benue state manufactured this piece of tricycle and named it WAZOBIA TRICYCLE. 

I’m sure you must be curious to know more but he is Mr Stine Chenge, of Chinatown & Benue Valley Vehicle Manufacturing Co. 

He Designed, Engineered, Manufactured, and Assembled a this tricycle in Benue State for the first time in Nigeria.
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The ‘WAZOBIA’ tricycle or Keke as you may call it, is copyright protected (NCC Certified) Light weight portable multi-purpose cargo vehicle which has proven itself as a versatile companion for Laborers (Plumbers, Electricians, Mechanics, Vulcanizers), Courier & Delivery businesses, Farmers (Carrots, Maize, Potatoes, Beans, Groundnuts, Rice, Cassava, Onions, Tomatoes, Vegetables, Fruits, etc), Mama Put and General Town services.


​Professional Basic Training in Pest Management/Fumigation. Lagos, PH & Abuja by Rotimax



The pest management and empowerment training programme is just five days to go in Lagos, ​​ intending participants that are yet to register, kindly do so; Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry Conference and Exhibition Centre, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos and other designated centers in Port Harcourt and Abuja will be hosting interested participants that are fully ready to learn the ropes of professional Pest Management/Fumigation are expected on board. 

Agriculture is the Fastest way to Nigeria economy Prosperity - says Minister of Agric



The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed on Thursday described Agriculture as a sure way to the nation’s economic prosperity.




Mohammed said this while speaking on the sidelines of the 12th edition of the All Nigerian Editors Conference (ANEC) in Port Harcourt.


PHOTOS: Dangote Launches "Dangote Rice" to market with a cheaper price attraction!

If there is anything, i love about Athe Africa Richest man "Aliko Dangote" his just his intellectual aproach to business and agricultureal industry which is the reason for his outstanding success so far in the industry.

He as been working on Rice farming and production of his own rice so far in Nigeria, but now they have succedded and they have tonnes of rice bag produced, more than enough to feed the whole nation, and what is the wisdom they employ this time around?

 

5 Reasons Why You Should Not Keep Guinea Fowl


Guinea fowl can be sort of an exotic addition to a homestead. 

You will hear many glamorous things about them such as the fact that guinea fowl will eat ticks and snake and rats. 

You might hear that they are easier on the yard than chickens, that they don’t scratch as much or won’t go after your garden as much. And, yes, all of that is true. Guinea fowl do eat ticks and snakes. 

They are somewhat easier on your land. But in the interest of full disclosure you really should know the things that they do that aren’t so glamorous.

5 Reasons Not to Own Guinea Fowl

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1. They are loud. Let me say that again. 

Guineas are LOUD!!! 

No cute little clucking noises from these guys, it’s full out screaming and screeching. Sometimes this is spun as a positive. I don’t know how many times I read that guinea fowl make great alarm systems. 

And to an extent that is true. Guineas will alert you to strange dogs, people and cars coming on to your property. But they will also alert you to the fact that a door just slammed, the wind blew, or a car drove by a mile down the road. They also have a habit of moving as one solitary unit. 

Where one goes, the others go. It is actually sort of fascinating to watch, but when one guinea gets separated from the flock? You’d better cover your ears until they find each other again!

Start Eating Papaya Seeds Right Now – They Are Magical Cure For Gut, Kidney, Liver, Cancer and Many Other Diseases


Start Eating Papaya Seeds Right Now – They Are Magical Cure For Gut, Kidney, Liver, Cancer and Many Other Diseases
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When we eat Papaya we usually throw away the seeds. You will change this habit when you will read how healthy they are, preventing and curing diseases related to the gut, liver, kidney, worms etc.
The following list will show the benefits of consuming Papaya seeds.

Papaya seeds are rich with nutrients that can heal cirrhosis of the liver. Crush 5 or 6 Papaya seeds and consume them with food, juice, especially lime juice. Repeat this for 30 days. Eating small amounts of seeds will protect and detox the liver.

Feasibility Studies For 600 Layers Poultry Birds #Poultry Farming Business



Feasibility Studies For 600 Layers Poultry Birds #Poultry Farming Business

Poultry is beyond reasonable doubt, one of the most lucrative business ventures in the agriculture industry today across the world. Understanding the legalities of the business will help anyone to tap into the stream of wealth that poultry farming.

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Basically, there are two most engaging business production aspects of poultry farming which includes;
1. Broiler production (fatteners/meat production), and
2. The Layers which is the egg production.
Poultry Farming is the widest aspect of poultry business and it also tends to be the most lucrative aspect, we once had a session of interaction and discussion on which of them seems to be the most lucrative between broilers and layers, you can see the result here -
I need you to understand that as at the time of writing this article, the Nigeria government still imports egg from foreign countries, because the demand for egg is absolutely unbelievable the local production level can’t be capable to meet the consumer’s demand, As a country, our population is our major asset towards business exploit and this understanding will go a long way to help us succeed in food and agriculture industry just the same way mobile technology and other industries are excelling via the country’s population.

Science First HIV prevention drug approved in Europe

The first drug designed to help to prevent HIV transmission in people at high risk of infection was approved for use in the European Union on Friday.
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) approved the use of the drug Truvada for pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, in combination with safer sex practices.
The London based agency said that PrEP is recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO). “The drug will help people who do not have HIV but who are at high risk of infection with HIV to lower their chances of becoming infected when they are exposed to the virus. “The oral drug should be used in combination with condoms as part of an HIV prevention strategy.




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“Truvada was previously approved for use in the EU as part of drug cocktails designed to treat people infected with HIV,’’ the WHO said. The WHO estimates that some 36.7 million people worldwide were living with HIV at the end of 2015.

8 Essential Farm Record You Need to Keep as a Farmer'

Farming is, no doubt, a very lucrative business and becoming well known around the globe. Lots of people, both old and young, are now delving and swerving the steering of income in farming directions.
 
 



 Farming as we all know has different sectors and every sector is very relevant in the economy building as they are interwoven in terms of their operation. 
 
 

Prices of Food Stuffs; Rice, Beans rises in Nigeria

The prices of a 50kg bag of rice and a 100kg bag of beans at the popular Mile 12 market in Lagos, have slightly increased from N13,500 to N13,600 and N23,000 to N23,800 respectively.




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These new prices are contained in a commodity index provided by Novus Agro Nigeria Ltd on Friday in Lagos. The firm had last week, stated that there was a shortage of beans from the farms while foreign exchange had contributed to the increase in the price of rice. Miss Avadoo Gaadi, an Enumeration Specialist at the firm, however, stated that the price of a paint bucket measure of rice also increased slightly from N1,200 to N1,220.







Goodnews! Nigeria Govt set to build cattle ranches for Fulani herdsmen


The Federal Government is to build ranches for herdsmen as part of measures to address perennial herdsmen/farmers’ clashes, it was learnt.
It said park rangers, men of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) and other security agencies, would be trained to protect the ranches from being looted by hoodlums.





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The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Audu Ogbeh, spoke in Abuja yesterday at the inauguration of an inter-ministerial committee on Security.

Get to Know The Internal and External Qaulities of Egg


Egg is one of the most nutritious foods on earth, it contains all the required vitamins and minerals required by man to live healthy.
There are some parameters to be considered in determining the quality of eggs.
The quality will be determined by both the external and internal qualities of the egg.

Can I Give My Rabbit Green Beans?




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Yummy!
 Green beans are hard not to love. They taste great and go well as a side with so many dishes. But the question is, can rabbits eat green beans?

Some rabbits like to snack on green beans but you shouldn’t give them too much because it can cause gas and diarrhea. Contrary to what many people think rabbits shouldn’t eat a lot of vegetables, rather 80 percent of their diet should be grass and hay.

Can I Give My Rabbit Grass Instead Of Hay?


The most important thing of a rabbit’s diet should be unlimited quantities of hay, which is dried grass. Its high fibre content is is the primary component for maintaining good dental and intestinal health. Without fibre, the rabbit’s digestive system cannot move food through the gut and their ever growing teeth will not wear down and could grow painfully long.


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