The Day I Introduced Myself as a Farmer…

The Day I Introduced Myself as a Farmer….

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waste to wealth

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Mayyourroadberough .(Dr Tai Solarin). This was my experience at Songhai training center for sustainable agriculture. My first day in the institute was not a great one I must confess.I was put in the maggot breeding house popularly called Nicon Hilton in the institute. This house is the place where maggots are bred using waste  products from animal,plant or brewery. These maggots are then use to feed fishes. I could barely eat for two days,  it felt like it was the end of the world and i was almost quitting then i remembered a quote by Dr Tai Solarin (of blessed memory) that the road to success is rough and that the end is always better than the beginning so I made up my mind not to quit because am a winner. By  the fourth day I was already acclimatized to everything and I started breeding maggots.

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WHAT IS RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU COULD JUST BE ALL YOU NEED: Quail Eggs

Originally posted on tosinawoyinka:

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Quail eggs are undoubtedly very nutritious and are proven to have numerous health benefits that cut across many illnesses and health conditions common to all ages. Quail eggs are said to be very low in calories and little or no trace of carbohydrates.

Quail eggs are full of Essential nutrients such as:
Vitamin A (retinol)
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
Vitamin B12
Vitamin B6
Vitamin B1
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
Vitamin E
 
  Research also confirmed that quail eggs are antioxidants and also contain;

1. Omega-3
2. Omega-6 fatty acids
3. Selenium,
4. Choline
    It is also rich in minerals such as;
Magnesium
Potassium
Folic acid
Iron
Phosphorus
Zinc.
These key essential nutrients all packed in one small Quail egg makes it a prized dietary and healing food that you must take regularly. ·       

BENEFITS OF QUAIL EGGS

Quail Eggs For A Healthy Skin : Quail eggs control allergic skin…

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WHAT IS RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU COULD JUST BE ALL YOU NEED: Quail Eggs

Originally posted on tosinawoyinka:

image

Quail eggs are undoubtedly very nutritious and are proven to have numerous health benefits that cut across many illnesses and health conditions common to all ages. Quail eggs are said to be very low in calories and little or no trace of carbohydrates.

Quail eggs are full of Essential nutrients such as:
Vitamin A (retinol)
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)
Vitamin B12
Vitamin B6
Vitamin B1
Vitamin C
Vitamin D
Vitamin E
 
  Research also confirmed that quail eggs are antioxidants and also contain;

1. Omega-3
2. Omega-6 fatty acids
3. Selenium,
4. Choline
    It is also rich in minerals such as;
Magnesium
Potassium
Folic acid
Iron
Phosphorus
Zinc.
These key essential nutrients all packed in one small Quail egg makes it a prized dietary and healing food that you must take regularly. ·       

BENEFITS OF QUAIL EGGS

Quail Eggs For A Healthy Skin : Quail eggs control allergic skin…

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Top 10 Lucrative Farming Businesses

Originally posted on Agropreneurnaija:

Goat rearing in Kenya

Farming in Nigeria has taken a dramatic turn to better directions in recent years, creating jobs and opportunities for Entrepreneurs who dare to go into Farming Business. Millionaires are made every year through Farming in Nigeria and there is simply no end to the prospects of creating more wealth in Nigerian Farms in the coming years.

There are good reasons why Farming in Nigeria is currently doing well, and understanding these reasons will help any serious Entrepreneur (no matter where he comes from) to think seriously about setting up Farms in Nigeria. There isn’t any other African country where Farming is as viable as it should be in Nigeria in terms of productivity and profitability. And there is no other country where farmers are more advantaged as they are in Nigeria — take a look at my top five reasons you need to start Farming in…

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Why Agriculture Is Nigeria’s New Oil

Originally posted on Agropreneurnaija:

In the lead up to the 2013 Borlaug Dialogue, the Skoll World Forum is featuring several keynote speakers writing at the nexus of three subjects central to the global challenges we face in the 21st century: biotechnology, sustainability, and climate volatility. The 2013 Borlaug Dialogue takes place October 16-18 in Des Moines, Iowa. View the full series here.

As Nigeria’s Minister for Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina is championing agricultural investments in one of Africa’s fastest growing economies through bold policy reforms.

Much is said about a rising Africa on the global economic stage. To be sure, there is a new energy and dynamism across the continent. It can be seen in an emerging middle class, improved governance, and a heightened interest by foreign investors. But amidst this excitement, there remains a disturbing paradox. Africa is a continent with enormous potential for agricultural growth, yet one where food insecurity and…

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Reconnecting Youth and Agriculture

Originally posted on The ABJCA Blog:

The ICTs can help to make agriculture a more attractive option for young people

The ICTs can help to make agriculture a more attractive option for young people

A dead-end street or socially degrading path, here’s what agriculture represents for many young people in the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP). ICT can help to reverse this trend.

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Contribute your ideas to improve Food security in Africa

Originally posted on Kalu Samuel's Blog:

IMG00155-20130727-0726Several Months ago, I and a three other African visionaries sat down in Accra, Ghana and developed a startup: Agricnet Solutions Enterprises, a one-stop Agric consultancy and viable social enterprise that aims to reduce food waste due to post harvest fruits and vegetable losses,improving the eating habits of people in sub-saharan Africa where small holders and farming families contribute greatly to the food security of their families and rural communities.

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Submit your blog for the YoBloCo Awards NOW!

Originally posted on Kalu Samuel's Blog:

Submit blogThe Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) and its partners are pleased to announce that submission for the 2nd Edition of the YoBloCo Awards is now open! Launched in October 2013 at the Caribbean Week of agriculture in Guyana, the YoBloCo Awards have attracted the attention of many agriculture bloggers across African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries.

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Schematic of Biodiesel Production Path

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