Climate Change has become a thing of concern for farmers and those in the agriculture industry. Individuals and families seem unbothered about this global issue without bearing in mind that if nothing is done to resolve climate change, the world could experience food insecurity, hike in prices of all agricultural produces and an eventual period of scarcity.
Cattle rearing is an essential part of agriculture in Nigeria and since there is a minute number of exclusive vegetarians in the country, most people consume a few pieces of meat daily because it provides them with protein and other nutrients required by their body. This livestock has over 1000 recognised breeds worldwide; previously they were used by their owners to help out with farm work, however, they are currently reared for the production of either beef or dairy(milk) and their other parts are used to produce cheese, leather, jewellery, china wares, manure for farmlands, and more.
Every farmer hopes to harvest fresh and healthy crops after the planting season but Mr. Ajani ran back home with more loss than he could handle. At the beginning of the planting season, our diligent farmer had put in all efforts to make sure he got rid of all pests on his farmland, yet his enemies still hunted him down.
The period between March and August excites Nigerians who are lovers of freshly harvested corn. Some might call the crop a vegetable but it is generally referred to as a grain and has the botanical name, Zee mays. Maize as some call it, is available in different parts of the world and comes in a variety of colours with white and yellow being the most common ones.
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