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How To Start A Lucrative Dry Kpomo (Cow Skin) Production Business In Nigeria: The Complete Guide

How To Start A Lucrative Dry Kpomo (Cow Skin) Production Business In Nigeria: The Complete Guide

Kpomo is processed cow skin, which makes up about 35% of the entire meat produced in a cow. Over the years, it has been essential to lots of consumers in industries such as the food industry, cosmetic industry, pharmaceutical...Continue reading
How To Start A Lucrative Pawpaw (Papaya) Farming Business In Nigeria: The Complete Guide

How To Start A Lucrative Pawpaw (Papaya) Farming Business In Nigeria: The Complete Guide

The pawpaw fruit, also known as papaya, is a highly nutritious fruit that is widely consumed globally for its appealing taste and health benefits. The fruit is believed to have first originated from southern Mexico in Central America, but...Continue reading
How To Start A Lucrative Duck Farming Business In Nigeria: The Complete Guide

How To Start A Lucrative Duck Farming Business In Nigeria: The Complete Guide

Duck farming is an agribusiness done in many parts of the world, including Nigeria, because it requires little capital & less infrastructure to startup, but simply an environment with water and potential food as ducks can find their food—earthworms,...Continue reading
How To Start A Lucrative Cattle Rearing Business In Nigeria: The Complete Guide

How To Start A Lucrative Cattle Rearing Business In Nigeria: The Complete Guide

Cattle rearing is a thriving meat-based business in Nigeria as it comes with so many agricultural, economic and financial benefits. According to reports, over million cows get slaughtered annually to provide for Nigeria’s population of about 200 million...Continue reading
How To Start A Lucrative Organic Fertilizer Production Business In Nigeria: The Complete Guide

How To Start A Lucrative Organic Fertilizer Production Business In Nigeria: The Complete Guide

Organic fertilizer production in Nigeria is a growing industry because of the widespread clamour for increased agriculture in the country, and the government’s efforts to promote local content development over imported brands. Beyond just the clamour for widespread agriculture,...Continue reading