Businesses like Cattle Breeding/Ranching, not on the list of favorite businesses for most people are really lucrative. Why? The reason is that even though fewer people consider cattle farming when looking for good businesses, a very high percentage of people consume beef and a lot of other cattle products daily.

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Our 3rd party investment program is a sure bet for return on investment to about 79%. All you need do is enter into the suckler herd program, proceed into the fattening program and the finishing program. this would bring a return of 30%.

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We are your best bet at quality meat supply. After securing a financial partnership with Imani Group, we supply exclusively to Leventis Group with Pick n’ Pay South Africa in Nigeria called Pick Quick. This kicked off from the second quarter of 2019. We have also secured a partnership with Hawthorn Suites for the supply of meat.

At the end of this year, we would have built a network of retail chains all over the nation with Fraser hotels, Sawalino hotels and suites and Minki suites already on our radar.

Our Flagship ranch at Roguwa now has other branches across the nation. The Roguwa and Lagos branch now an established long leg (cattle) farm which enables us sell to the largest market. We also have two additional locations being developed as a partnership in Kaduna.

Our short leg (ram and goat) operations which used to be in Ekiti alone is now in Ibadan! Animals are purchased for breeding and fattening purposes after which the fattened animal would be sold.

238 hectares, check!

We were allocated a 238ha land owned by the Federal Ministry of Water Resources. This gives us access to already irrigated land, community farmers and 0.5MW of small hydro power. This land is available for cultivation of maize and livestock production and processing. Also, we get to participate in the NIRSAL map to market initiative.

For many, the sight of a snake in or around the house is the stuff of nightmares. Unfortunately, many companies take advantage of people's fear of snakes to sell products or services that are ineffective, and in some cases, they may even recommend the use of products that increase the danger to family members and pets.

‘The Giant of Africa’, our undisputed title largely due to the fact that we host the largest population in Africa and blessed with many natural resources in Africa as well, in the good old days when we had the matching political and economic sprout to back that up.

There are thousands of insects living on your farm. If you can identify these insects, it would inform your reaction to its presence on your farm.
Based on observation from different farmers around Roguwa community, the reaction of farmers to insects on their farms would be classified into three: