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Agric: Skyrocket high Price of Feeding, Insecurity hitting us hard -Payfarmer laments

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Agric: Skyrocket high Price of Feeding, Insecurity hitting us hard -Payfarmer laments

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Leading agricultural investment platform,Payfarmer laments the skyrocket high price of animal, fish feed and the insecurity facing major parts of Nigeria today as huge setbacks to investors in the country.

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The Payfarmer operation manager, Soyinka Daniel appealed to the federal government of Nigeria to come to the rescue of agricultural farmers through grant support.

“The agriculture sector is in dire need of funding and support as we now struggle to feed our animals due to the high cost of animal feeds and insecurity facing Nigeria today”, says Soyinka Daniel.

The successful agropreneuer made the appeal during 50Minds reporters visit to Payfarmer’s farm located at Epe.

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The company which has one million fish capacity, 20,000 birds and 6,000 pigs apart from their other farms in Kwara and Oyo State during a farming session decried the lack of support to agric investors.

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Payfarmer has come to stay after surviving the turbulent COVID-19 and more than 9 months of land border closure while our economy fell into recession in 2020.

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