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AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF CATTLE REARER’S ACTIVITIES ON CROP FARMERS IN KOGI STATE, NIGERIA

By Ukwuteno, Adukwu Benson

AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF CATTLE REARER’S ACTIVITIES ON CROP FARMERS IN KOGI STATE, NIGERIA

Published: 10/10/2017

Tags: UKWUTENO, ADUKWU BENSON, UNN, AGRICULTURE, ECONOMICS, CATTLE REARERS, CROP FARMERS, KOGI STATE, NIGERIA, ASSESSMENT OF.

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THE EFFECT OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND RESOURCE USE AMONG CROP FARMERS IN KOGI STATE, NIGERIA

By Bamijoko, Olubunmi

THE EFFECT OF INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND RESOURCE USE AMONG CROP FARMERS IN KOGI STATE, NIGERIA

Published: 02/11/2017

Tags: BAMIJOKO, OLUBUNMI, UNN, INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION, AGRICULTURE, TECHNOLOGY, ENVIRONMENT, MANAGEMENT AND RESOURCES, FARMERS, CROPS, NIGERIA, EFFECTS.

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An Assessment of the Performance of Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund in Enugu State 1992 to1996

By Nwonyi, Frances. N

An Assessment of the Performance of Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund in Enugu State 1992 to1996

Published: 09/01/1999

Size: 1.30MB

Economic Analysis Of Street Food Vending In Anambra State

By Okoli, Phyllis Ifeoma

Economic Analysis Of Street Food Vending In Anambra State

Published: 16/07/2002

Tags: street food vending, economic analysis

Size: 1.95MB

Agro-Based Small-Scale Enterprises under the Better Life Programme (BLP) in Abia State: Implication for Employment and Income.

By Nweze, Emmanuel J.c.

Agro-Based Small-Scale Enterprises under the Better Life Programme (BLP) in Abia State: Implication for Employment and Income.

Published: 07/08/1994

Tags: implication on Employment, income of agro-based small-scale enterprises, Better Life Programmes (BLP)

Size: 5.03MB

THE STRUCTURE, FUNCTIONING AND POTENTIALS OF INDIGENOUS COOPERATIVE CREDIT ASSOCIATIONS IN FINANCING AGRICULTURE: THE CASE OF ANAMBRA AND BENUE STATES, NIGERIA

By Noble Jackson Nweze

THE STRUCTURE, FUNCTIONING AND POTENTIALS OF INDIGENOUS COOPERATIVE CREDIT ASSOCIATIONS IN FINANCING AGRICULTURE: THE CASE OF ANAMBRA AND BENUE STATES, NIGERIA

Published: 04/11/1990

Tags: Small-scale farmers, credit constraints, unreliable supply

Size: 3.66MB

The Influence of Borrowing Costs on the Demand for Farm Credit: The Case of Nsukka and Enugu Zones of Anambra State

By Nweze Noble Jackson

The Influence of Borrowing Costs on the Demand for Farm Credit: The Case of Nsukka and Enugu Zones of Anambra State

Published: 06/05/1982

Tags: The Influence of Borrowing Costs, agricultural sectors,farmer

Size: 11.53MB

THE NIGERIAN MENTALITY: THE IRONY OF DUMPING REFUSE ON THE ROAD

By Nwajiuba, Uzoma Chinedum

THE NIGERIAN MENTALITY: THE IRONY OF DUMPING REFUSE ON THE ROAD

Published: 07/09/1989

Size: 2.74MB

Factors Associated with the High Default Incidence of the NACE Direct Lending Scheme in Imo State: A Comparative STUDY of the Small-Holder Scheme and Investment Loan Scheme

By Nwoke, Nnenna Anaga

Factors Associated with the High Default Incidence of the NACE Direct Lending Scheme in Imo State: A Comparative STUDY of the Small-Holder Scheme and Investment Loan Scheme

Published: 06/11/1986

Tags: Loan Scheme,Holder Scheme, NACE,

Size: 14.53MB

THE STRUCTURE, FUNCTIONING AND POTENTIALS OF INDIGENOUS COOPERATIVE CREDIT ASSOCIATIONS IN FINANCING AGRICULTURE: THE CASE OF ANAMBRA AND BENUE STATES, NIGERIA

By Noble Jackson Nweze

THE STRUCTURE, FUNCTIONING AND POTENTIALS OF INDIGENOUS COOPERATIVE CREDIT ASSOCIATIONS IN FINANCING AGRICULTURE: THE CASE OF ANAMBRA AND BENUE STATES, NIGERIA

Published: 08/11/1990

Size: 3.66MB

Production and Marketing of Rice and Maize by Small Holder Farmers in Uzo-Uwani land Nsukka Local Government Areas of Anambra State

By Nnamdi, Ugochukwu Ibezim

Production and Marketing of Rice and Maize by Small Holder Farmers in Uzo-Uwani land Nsukka Local Government Areas of Anambra State

Published: 04/12/1985

Tags: Rice, Maize, Uzo-Uwani, Nsukka Local Government, Enugu State.

Size: 9.43MB

Effect of Population Pressure on Agricultural Productivity in Imo State, Nigeria

By Osugiri, Irenaeus Iro

Effect of Population Pressure on Agricultural Productivity in Imo State, Nigeria

Published: 02/10/1996

Tags: population, effects, pressure, agricultural productivity, economics,

Size: 13.94MB

Effect of Population Pressure on Agricultural Productivity in Imo State, Nigeria

By Osugiri, Irenaeus Iro

Effect of Population Pressure on Agricultural Productivity in Imo State, Nigeria

Published: 08/10/1996

Tags: gross margin,population density, cropping density, follow lenght, form size,labour availability, fertilizer application,

Size: 13.94MB

An Analysis of the Financial Structure and Profitability of Rice Enterprise; The case of Adarice Project Participating farmers in Enugu State, Nigeria

By Ngwu, G.i.

An Analysis of the Financial Structure and Profitability of Rice Enterprise; The case of Adarice Project Participating farmers in Enugu State, Nigeria

Published: 07/01/2000

Tags: Financial structure, Rice enterprise, Adarice project, Farmer, Enugu state.

Size: 1.19MB

Economic Evaluation of Credit Requirements of Small-Scale Farmers in Kogi State, Nigeria

By Ibitoye, Stephen Jimoh

This study was designed to evaluate the Credit requirements of small-scale farmers in Kogi State and to subsequently determine the optimum farm credit for farmers in the area. Multi-stage random sampling method was used in the selection of the respondents. In all, a total of 30 respondents were randomly selected from eight communities to give a total of 240 respondents. The regression results on the effects of Socio-Economic Variables on credit need showed that the t-ratios for farm size, education, family size and farm income were significant at five percent level. Other socio-economic variables like age and farming experience showed no significant relationship with credit need. The results from the farm enterprises budgets showed that the profit derived from the mixture of yam and cassava production was higher than other crop farm enterprises The legst viable enterprise was maizelsorghum mixed production. The linear programming model showed that from the trials of different levels of
fhrm credit, an optimum was obtained at 4431,533.00. At this optimum farm credit level a maximum net revenue of 44321,025.63 was obtained. In line with what is obtained in the area, the model devoted a total of 2.1 . *' 4 rl. r*, 1.)
hectares for the production of cassava, yam, maize and sorghum enterprises. The results further showed that labour constraints were surplus ' and land was found to be the major binding constraints.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Economic Evaluation of Credit Requirements of Small-Scale Farmers, Small-Scale Farmers

Size: 4.15MB