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Nigerian small farmers

Nigerian small farmers

problems and prospects in integrated rural development

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Published by Published by Centre for Agricultural Rural and Development [i.e. Centre for Agricultural and Rural Development] (CARD), University of Ibadan, Nigeria, for Benin-Owena River Basin Development Authority in Benin-City, Bendel State, Nigeria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria.
    • Subjects:
    • Farms, Small -- Nigeria,
    • Peasantry -- Nigeria,
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Nigeria,
    • Rural development -- Nigeria

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by S. Olajuwon Olayide, J.A. Eweka, V.E. Bello-Osagie.
      ContributionsOlayide, S. Olajuwon., Eweka, J. A., Bello-Osagie, V. E., University of Ibadan. Centre for Agricultural and Rural Development., Benin-Owena River Basin Development Authority.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1339.N5 N54 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 315 p. ;
      Number of Pages315
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3101519M
      LC Control Number82206979

        Nigerian farmers set to receive Nb non-interest CBN loans – The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) will soon release the framework for the disbursement of some N billion non-interest loans to farmers as part of efforts to further integrate non-interest finance into the national financial structure and boost the country’s agricultural development agenda.   Babban Gona provides agricultural services such as crop training, financial literacy training and storage facilities for small-scale farmers in northern Nigeria.

      A group of farmers who realize that the shortage of beef is an opportunity for them to sell more slaughter goats. They organize themselves, hire a truck and transport 50 goats per month for sale in Bulawayo. A trader who buys goats from the small-holder farmers and sells them to . A vast majority of small-scale businesses cannot afford the complexity of a detailed accounting system even if they would have. Hence, the existence of single entries in their books and in some cases on incomplete records (Wood, ; Onaolapo, et al., ). Audits of small scale enterprises have proven to be among the most worrisome for.

      A number of studies have indicated that agricultural production in Nigeria is still characterized by small farm holders (Onugu,; Obinyan,; Ijere and Mbanasor,). Perceptibly, the socioeconomic characteristics of the small farm holders have crucial ramification on agricultural production. A farmer who is able to invest in large scale rice production in Nigeria and able to produce , Bags of processed Rice in a year, sell at wholesale price of about N10, per bag, he will be mak x , = N1,,, ($3million).


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