Best Agriculture Companies in Nigeria

Looking for Best Agriculture in Nigeria? Find the list of Best Agriculture Companies in Nigeria on our business directory. Best Agriculture Companies near me.
Looking for Best Agriculture in Nigeria? Find the list of Best Agriculture Companies in Nigeria on our business directory. Best Agriculture Companies near me.
We found 2,034 companies

Airgate Farm

76 Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way Ikeja Lagos, Ikeja, Lagos
Airgate farm is an African exporting company of Agro products such as cashew nuts, sesame seeds and other farm products. We are located in Lagos Nigeria and we are capable of supplying these products ...
 Verified+4  Years with us
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Regal Eagle in Nigeria

39 Alfred Rewane Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria, Lagos Island, Lagos
Regal Eagle Limited is a structural engineering and design company focused on delivering design and consultancy services to its client that include engineering design analysis, design drawings and pro...
 Verified+4  Years with us
2

Daxlinks INC

Road 3, Ikota Villa Estate, lekki, Lekki, Lagos
DAXLINKS INC. is the parent company to several subsidiary companies under its registration, our vision is to make you FINANCIAL FREE by providing the following services. Financial market investments, ...
 Verified+5  Years with us
3

White Smith Group

13 S.O. Williams Crescent Utako, Abuja, Abuja
White Smith Group offers flight support services in Nigeria, in Africa, and all around the world. We specialize in providing a wide range of Aviation equipment, radio and after sales services.. We als...
 Verified+4  Years with us  Updated
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Top Feeds Ltd Nigeria

Plot 354, Ogorode Industrial Estate, Sapele, Delta, Sapele, Delta
Top Feed is The No 1 Undisputed and Largest Producer of Animal Feeds in West Africa. The Company has branches in all the major regions of Nigeria. The Company also has private Jetties located in Sapel...
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CIS & Coastal Poly farms

CIS & Coastal Poly farms, Magbon, Lagos Badagry Expressway Lagos Nigeria, Badagry, Lagos
CIS & Coastal poly farms is a leading Agribusiness Company in Nigeria, offering a wide range of animal, livestock and aquaculture products in the Nigerian Agricultural sector employing innovative appr...
 Verified+5  Years with us
6

Varden Farms

Varden Farms, Varden Street, Sala Bus Stop, Ejirin, Epe, Epe, Lagos
Varden Farms Scheme was founded in 2014 and in 2016 Varden Farms and Resort was established, pioneering the developing trend of commercial luxury farm houses in Nigeria. With emphasis on mechanized an...
 Verified+5  Years with us
7

Jovana Farms Limited

92/94 Park Ave, GRA, Enugu, Enugu, Enugu
JOVANA FARMS .Prince Arinze is an expert in animal farming such as grasscutter, rabbit, quail, antelope, guinea-pig and fish faming. He is also an ace columnist, self-publisher of five books and a pro...
 Verified+9  Years with us
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Olam Nigeria Limited

5 Abebe Village Road, Abule nla 101241, Lagos, Nigeria, Apapa, Lagos
+2348033076385 We manufacture and distribute packaged food products to African markets, addressing localized nutrition needs by offering affordable and fortified products. We offer good quality, inexp...
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PASMAK FARMS

16, Chairman Street,, Ikorodu, Lagos
Pasmak Farms is one of the subsidiaries of Pasmak Ventures and services. We are into varieties of agricultural products like crop (cereals, tubers and fruits), freshly harvested vegetables, poultry pr...
 Verified+3  Years with us
10

Agricincome

Agbowo, Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo
Do you need snail farming training in ibadan? Agricincome Hub is here to equip you with the latest and modern trends about snail farming in Nigeria. our snail farming training cut across topics like s...
 Verified+5  Years with us
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Proscar company nigeria ltd

370 benin abraka road b/c, Benin City, Edo
proscar company Nigeria limited is into the scales and production of Agricultural product such as animal feeds, raw material, suppliers of Day Old Chicks, Turkey Poult, Veterinary Drug, Eggs Trays, Fr...
 Verified+6  Years with us
12

SwanCape Ltd

35c Adetokunbo Ademola Street Victoria Island Lagos, Victoria Island, Lagos
CORPORATE PROFILE INTRODUCTION SwanCape Ltd was incorporated in 2011 as a limited liability company primarily engaged in farming, trading and exports of solid minerals and agricultural commodities. It...
 Verified+5  Years with us
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Mebo Farms Limited

Block 3, Flat 1, Mubende Street, off custom HQ, Wuse Zone 3, Abuja, Abuja, Abuja
Mebo Farms is an indigenous agricultural trading arm of Adrena Media which is involved in the export of a gamut of product such as Maize, Sorghum, Sesame Seeds, Cashew Nuts, Millet, Soya Beans, Palm K...
 Verified+6  Years with us
14

Agroalliednigeria

10 Ayoola Awe Street, Mafoluku, Oshodi, Lagos, Oshodi, Lagos
Agroalliednigeria is a company that helps to provide connection through reliable networks and affordable services. We are committed to making meaningful impact through continuous innovations that meet...
 Verified+5  Years with us
15

Community Mart Limited

Shop 3, Wuse District hospital, conakry street, wuse zone 3, Conakry street, Wuse zone 3, Abuja, Abuja, Abuja
Community Mart Limited is a coconut processing with a vision aimed at producing healthy, chemical-free, alternatives to regular food and cosmetics products, all from coconuts. Our market analysis and ...
 Verified+4  Years with us
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Crown Flour Mills Ltd

Tin Can Island Port, 2nd Gate, Behind Berth 1, Apapa, Lagos
Crown Flour Mill has been in the wheat milling business in Nigeria for over four decades. Incorporated in May 1971; it commenced milling operation in 1981 with only one product- Flour. In 2010, Olam I...
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FarmerGiant Nigeria Limited

Km3 ibadan-Abiokuta express way, Apata Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo
FarmerGiant NIG LTD are expert in livestock farming, importation of poultry/animal farm equipment, farm planing/budgeting and free consultation. Our imported poultry accessories are sold in a very aff...
 Verified+6  Years with us
18

Nigeria Postal Service

21 Douglas Rd, Owerri, Owerri, Imo
The history of the Post in Nigeria dates back to 19th century. The first post office was established by the British Colonial Masters in 1852. It was considered to be a part of the British postal syste...
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Niji Lukas Nig. Ltd.

10, Kufisile str., Niji Lukas bus stop, Isheri roundabout, Idimu, Lagos, Lagos
NIJI LUKAS is a conquering vision of success. It is the art of blending skills of the past with modern Innovation, Discipline, Reality, and backup services which has carried our work to higher levels ...
 Verified+10  Years with us  Updated
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Agriculture in Nigeria is an important part of the economy, contributing significantly to the nation's Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Agriculture is the main source of income for the majority of Nigerians, and it is estimated that it contributes up to 40% of the country's GDP. Nigeria is blessed with a favorable climate and abundant natural resources, which makes it an ideal location for agricultural production. The country is one of the leading producers of agricultural commodities in Africa, with a wide range of crops and livestock being produced. These include maize, rice, yam, cassava, cotton, cocoa, palm oil, and sorghum.

Agriculture in Nigeria has a long history, with traditional farming methods still in use today. This includes the use of traditional tools such as hoes and machetes, as well as the use of organic fertilizers and pesticides. The government is taking steps to modernize the agricultural sector, with the introduction of improved farming practices, mechanization, and technology to improve productivity. There are also initiatives to improve access to credit and other financial services to farmers.

Overall, agriculture in Nigeria is a key contributor to the economic development of the nation and its people. With continued investment and support, it has the potential to become an even more important part of the national economy. It is a sector that is worth investing in, as it has a strong potential to create jobs and increase incomes for rural communities. By investing in agriculture in Nigeria
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