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CO-ORDINATION AMONG GOVERNMENT AGENCIES IN IMPLEMENTING AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION PROGRAMMES IN BENUE STATE.

By Daudu Shimayohol

CO-ORDINATION AMONG GOVERNMENT AGENCIES IN IMPLEMENTING AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION PROGRAMMES IN BENUE STATE.

Published: 04/03/1994

Tags: Agricultural extension,agencies,farmers,rural development.

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Participation of Contact Farmers in Planning and Implementation of Extension Programmes of Enugu State Agricultural Development Project(ENADEP)

By Obiekezie, Onyebalu. H

Participation of Contact Farmers in Planning and Implementation of Extension Programmes of Enugu State Agricultural Development Project(ENADEP)

Published: 02/02/1993

Tags: Enugu State Agricultural Development Project ( ENADEP ),

Size: 1.17MB

Communication and Adoption of Improved Cassava Production Technologies Among Small- Scale Farmers In Bendel-State

By Obinne, Chukwudi Patrick .o.

Communication and Adoption of Improved Cassava Production Technologies Among Small- Scale Farmers In Bendel-State

Published: 03/02/1989

Tags: Cassava Production Technologies, food scarcity, escalating cost.

Size: 2.28MB

Communication and Adoption of Improved Cassava Production Technologies Among Small- Scale Farmers In Bendel-State

By Obinne, Chukwudi Patrick .o.

Communication and Adoption of Improved Cassava Production Technologies Among Small- Scale Farmers In Bendel-State

Published: 07/02/1989

Size: 2.28MB

Evaluation of the Co-operative Extension Centre, University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria

By Unongo, Akua

Evaluation of the Co-operative Extension Centre, University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria

Published: 09/12/2006

Tags: evaluation, Co-operative Extension Centre, agriculture, Unongu

Size: 8.79MB

Study of Igbo Migrant Farmers Among Odolu/Igalamela People of Kogi State, Nigeria

By Umeh, Juliana Chinasa

Study of Igbo Migrant Farmers Among Odolu/Igalamela People of Kogi State, Nigeria

Published: 17/10/2004

Tags: Igbo migrant farmers, agriculture

Size: 3.33MB

A Study of the Input Delivery System of the Anambra State Agricultural Development Programme

By Nwankwo, Jude O.

A Study of the Input Delivery System of the Anambra State Agricultural Development Programme

Published: 06/03/1994

Size: 2.70MB

The Socio-Economic Impact of Postharvest Innovations Transferred by the Women in Agriculture Sub-Programme on Women-Farmers in Benue State.

By Nor, Mrumun Lydia

The Socio-Economic Impact of Postharvest Innovations Transferred by the Women in Agriculture Sub-Programme on Women-Farmers in Benue State.

Published: 09/10/2006

Tags: Women-Farmers, Benue State, Socio-Economic, Post harvest.

Size: 8.82MB

A Study of the Input Delivery System of the Anambra State Agricultural Development Programme

By Nwankwo, Jude O.

A Study of the Input Delivery System of the Anambra State Agricultural Development Programme

Published: 07/03/1994

Size: 2.70MB

Farmers’ Response to Livestock Extension Programmes in Imo State of Nigeria

By Nnadozie, Venai Obikaihe

this study investigated farmers' response to livestock extension programmes in Imo state of Nigeria, the purpose use to determine farmers' reactions to the programmes and identify under constraints to the livestock industry in the state.

Published: 22/01/1984

Tags: livestock, farmers

Size: 160.97KB

TRENDS IN THE ACTIVITIES OF THE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA, 1991-2013

By Amakom, Stanley Tochukwu

This study evaluated the impact of the extension services of Green River Project (GRP) on fish farmers in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Specifically, it sought to ascertain fishery technologies received by GRP fish farmers; determine adoption of fish farming technologies by fish farmers; determine impact of extension services of GRP on socioeconomic condition of the fish farmers as at the year 2012; ascertain farmers’ perceived constraints to adoption of GRP fish farming technologies; ascertain constraints to effective performance of extension services of GRP and determine perceived strategies to improve effectiveness of the extension services of GRP. The study was carried out in Niger Delta, Nigeria. Multi-stage sampling technique was used to select 120 fish farmers and 20 GRP personnel. Data were collected through the use of questionnaire and interview schedule. Descriptive statistics (frequency, mean statistic, percentage) were used to present data while t-test, regression, chi-square and factor analysis with varimax rotation were used to analyze the data.

Published: 23/10/2014

Tags: Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Anambra, trends, 1991-2013

Size: 774.50KB

Factors Associated with Fruit Processing among Women Groups in Benue State.

By Ogbonnah, Elizabeth E.

The main purpose of undertaking this study was to determine the factors that are associated with fruit processing among women groups in Benue State.

Published: 21/05/2018

Tags: fruit processing, women groups, Factors.

Size: 10.34MB

URBAN AND PERI-URBAN LIVESTOCK KEEPING IN MAKURDI METROPOLIS BENUE STATE, NIGERIA

By Goji Dooga Charles

The study sought to assess the urban and peri-urban livestock keeping in Makurdi metropolis of Benue State, Nigeria. Six council wards were randomly selected out of the 11 council wards in the study area. Twenty livestock farmers were randomly selected from each of the council wards. Thus, a total of 120 farmers were used for the study. Structured interview schedule/questionnaire was used to collect data. Data collected were analysed using percentages, mean scores and factor analysis. The findings revealed that, majority (56.8%) of the respondents were male farmers. The mean age of the farmers was 36.1 years.

Published: 20/02/2013

Tags: peri-urban, livestock keeping, Makurdi

Size: 844.50KB

FARMERS’PERCEPTION OF THE GROWTH ENHANCEMENT SUPPORT (GES) SCHEME IN KOGI STATE, NIGERIA.

By Ndakotsu, John Egbunu

The main objective of the study was to determine the farmers’ perception of Growth Enhancement Support (GES) scheme in Kogi State. A total 120 copies of the questionnaires were administered to the schemes’ participants purposively selected from 12 communities of six local government areas of the State. The local government areas are Lokoja, Kogi, Ajaokuta, Adavi, Bassa and Dekina. Data was collected on both demographic and farm characteristics of the respondents. Others areas include respondents’ perceived perception of the GES scheme effectiveness, knowledge level of respondents, level of satisfaction on the scheme activities, the constraints to effective implementation of the scheme and the strategies for effective implementation of the scheme. Data collected was presented using descriptive statistics, mean scores, standard deviation, factor analysis and multiple regression models. The result of the analysis revealed that majority (78.3%) of the respondent were male and married and the farmers mean age was 42.4years.

Published: 13/12/2014

Tags: growth enhancement support, GES, Kogi, farmers' pereption

Size: 227.41KB

CHALLENGES IN ADMINISTERING THE CROSS RIVER STATE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, NIGERIA

By Mbang, Eno Joseph

The study was conducted to identify the challenges in administering the Cross River State Ministry of Agriculture, Nigeria. All the staff of the ministry constituted the population for the study. A proportionate sampling technique was used in selecting respondents, with twenty percent (20%) of respondents from each of the departments. Thus the total sample size for the study was one hundred and thirteen (113) respondents. Percentages, mean and frequency were used in the presentation and analysis of the data collected. The result of the study showed that the majority of staff (85.5%) were married and 64.5% of respondents were males; the mean age of staff was 43.85%. About 43.5% of the respondents had Bachelor of science (B.Sc) as their highest educational qualification, above average (55.3%) of the staff specialized in agricultural science related discipline. Results revealed that the State government (85.5%) was the ministry's major source of funding, and 80.9% indicated that fund was insufficient. They agreed the approved budget was three hundred and sixty nine million, four hundred and nineteen thousand, three hundred and sixty five hundred, forty one kobo (N 367,419,365.41) rather than a proposed budget of one billion, five hundred and sixty eight million, six hundred and twenty two thousand, eight hundred and sixty three naira, zero kobo (N1,568,622,863.00) for different departments.

Published: 27/01/2015

Tags: Cross River State Ministry of Agriculture, administration, challenges

Size: 726.00KB