Cross River State Ginger Farmers Association of Nigeria laud Ayade’s Agricultural revolution, institute LG Exco’s to explore

Cross River State Ginger Farmers Association of Nigeria laud Ayade's Agricultural revolution, institute LG Exco's to explore

By David Peter Barr. Mrs. Theresa Mogbor, Cross River State Cordinator; Ginger Farmers Association of Nigeria initiates Local Government executives to pioneer the farming activities of the CBN anchor borrowers’ program for the value chain on ginger production across the 18 Local Government Areas in Cross River State. The State coordinator briefed the LG executives on the core objectives to pioneer the value chain an promote Gov. Ben Ayade agricultural revolutionary stride in the state. She further, unleashed the leadership on the image capturing to enable rural farmers anticipate becoming…

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Record Keeping in Commercial Pig Farming

Record Keeping in Commercial Pig Farming

The keeping of accurate records is absolutely essential for the success of any pig enterprise. The pig farm records must be simple, reliable and relevant to enable you evaluating the farm performance. Importance of Record Keeping It gives a clear picture of the type of operations, so that the exact degree of success can be measured. Act as aids to management and financial control. They are used to assess the strength and weakness of a farm and to plan for future activities. Records tell a pig producer what has been…

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Weaning and Advantages of Early Weaning in Pigs

This is the practice of separating the piglets from their mother. This activity usually exerts stress on the weaned pigs. Weaning is usually done 3- 6 weeks of age depending on the farmer’s level of management as well as his or her objectives. Other changes should be slowly affected at weaning. Don’t not abruptly change the ration but for a few days, continue feeding creep feed mixed with weaner ration and finally eliminate the creep feed completely at about two weeks after week weaning. Deworming should be done two weeks…

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Importance of Tumeric and Tumeric Interaction

Importance of Tumeric and Tumeric Interaction

Turmeric is a spice that comes from the turmeric plant. It is commonly used in Asian food. You probably know turmeric as the main spice in curry. It has a warm, bitter taste and is frequently used to flavor or color curry powders, mustards, butters, and cheeses. But the root of turmeric is also used widely to make medicine. It contains a yellow-colored chemical called curcumin, which is often used to color foods and cosmetics. Turmeric is commonly used for conditions involving pain and inflammation, such as osteoarthritis. It is…

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Cross River State Farmers brace blooming support for Ayade’s agricultural revolution as Emmanuel Anoh; structure Strategic and Monitoring Committee

By David Peter Cross river state practitioner farmer structure a sustainable pathway towards harnessing Gov. Ben Ayade agricultural revolution and value chains across Cross River State. Hon. Emmanuel Anoh; National Vice President of RIFAN South-South led potential farmers in the 18 LGA of Cross River to brainstorm with agricultural lending agencies to foster agricultural productivity in Cross River State. While speaking; he unveils this is the foremost meeting with the leadership of Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria (RIFAN) inclusively agricultural lending agencies. In appearance were representative and state managers of;…

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Guidelines for The First 7 Days of Brooding Day-Old Chicks

Guidelines for The First 7 Days of Brooding Day-Old Chicks

1. Early placement of chicks in the house, access to fresh clean water and feed after arrival is important. The time of transport from the hatchery to the farm should be as quick as possible. This is because the hatch window might be close to 12-24 hours after hatching and there is no need for further delay once you have collected your birds from the hatchery/sales point. On placement, provide an hour of clean water mixed with glucovitam and sangrovit ws , and wait to give feed until the one…

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