Agriculture

Agriculture

We always prefer calling it FARMING which has two main types; Crop Farming, Animal Farming (Husbandry).

Farming remains the most viable, veritable and sure way of growing any economy. On a subsistent level, it saves cost; on a commercial level it is high yielding. This is why I see it as, not just business, but as investment.

You must not be a farmer to participate in agriculture; you can simply invest your fund in Agriculture and still have time for your work or business. There are several ways to do so.

As a business; it is the most lucrative business in the world. It has a low-cost of start-up. Running it is very simple and they turn out a huge profit of up to 100% within a cycle of sometimes less than 1 year depending on your interest. It can also be started with little or no training and could also be started from exactly where you are. There are so many benefits.

With the Nigerian government presently investing so heavily in Agriculture; and also with the current economic crisis and huge loss of job, Agriculture has become a viable alternative as many youths going into it. Everyone is encouraged to start farming.

More, so Agriculture has developed so well that little effort and fund gives high yield within a short time possible. Many Research institutes and business interest like International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Federal Root Crop research institute, Monrole Global and so on have gone into agricultural research and developed methods, crops and species that makes agriculture one of the most viable businesses as well as investment. Most notable among them is the idea brought in by Monrole Global, whose agenda is “to make Nigeria Great Again” through Agricultural products (animals, seeds and seedlings) and empower then through loans and networking. To know more; click here or follow the link above to register with Monrole contact us.

Like we said earlier, there are 3 different ways you can invest in Agriculture;

  1. Agro-allied Business
  2. Animal Farming
  3. Crop Farming
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