Farm Details

Farm Type : Rice Farm -- live

Single investment: NGN 50000

Farming Cycle: months

ROI: 20%

Farm Location: Ogun State

Short Description:

Rice is one of the most consumed foods in Nigeria and the world at large. It is a staple food to over 70 per cent of the world’s population. In Nigeria; it is considered as the food for all special occasions, therefore, the demand for rice is constantly on the increase.

The importation of rice into the country has and still constitutes a great drain to the Nigeria’s economy until recently when the government placed ban on foreign rice entering into the country. This has stimulated local production translating into huge returns to farmers and other participants along the value chain.

Nigeria has a huge potential for producing rice in commercial quantities to meet her demand and neighboring countries.

Rice is one of the most consumed foods in Nigeria and the world at large. It is a staple food to over 70 per cent of the world’s population. In Nigeria; it is considered as the food for all special occasions, therefore, the demand for rice is constantly on the increase.

The importation of rice into the country has and still constitutes a great drain to the Nigeria’s economy until recently when the government placed ban on foreign rice entering into the country. This has stimulated local production translating into huge returns to farmers and other participants along the value chain.

Nigeria has a huge potential for producing rice in commercial quantities to meet her demand and neighboring countries.


Long Description:


Bank account details:       Timesellers Limited
                                            1016571513
                                            Zenith Bank Plc.


Single investment:             N50,000
Location:                             Ogun State, Nigeria
Farm cycle:                         7  months
ROI:                                     20%


Sponsorship covers:

1. Land Lease
2. Labour work
3. Seeds
4. Fertilizer
5. Insurance
6. Labour
7. Planting & Harvesting