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Nigeria has an annual deficit of over 60 million tons of chicken meat processed from boiler valued at 120 Trillion Naira. Importation takes up about 40 percent of local consumption. With the high dollar rates, the gap in supply will increase. Our farmers have specialized in rearing poultry chicken with zero to low fat.
Farm Location: Ogun State
Farm Size: 6,000 Poultry Farm Units
Chicken Type: Broiler (for meat consumption)
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1) Renting the plots of land on your behalf
2) Insurance from Leadway Assurance to cover the farms throughout the farming cycle
3) Farm inputs including high-quality seeds, fertilizers and farm tools
4) Farmers labour to work on the farm
Poultry refers to birds such as chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese farmed for the purpose of meat, and eggs. Chickens raised for eggs are called Layers while chickens raised for meat are called Broilers.
Although, poultry may not directly be raised for manure, of all animal manure, poultry has the highest amount of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium and is used as an organic fertilizer, especially for soil low in nitrogen.
According to a 2015 report from Sahel Capital, Nigeria’s egg production is the largest and Nigeria has the second largest chicken population in Africa after South Africa.
Poultry is a major source of protein in the Nigerian diet. It is used as a recipe for many dishes and can be consumed boiled, fried, roasted or grilled.
Our farms are comprehensively insured to mitigate against any form of crop losses from fire, lightning, windstorm damage, flood, outbreak of pests and diseases etc.
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