FCA Ibadan Success story 2013

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FCA Ibadan Success story 2013

  1. 1. WAAPP/ ARCN/FEDERAL COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, IBADAN SUCCESS STORIES BY Dr (MRS) FATO , B. F
  2. 2. ADOPTED VILLAGES ALAKASO KOGUO ARUTU (Newly Adopted)
  3. 3. ADOPTED SCHOOLS APATA COMMUNITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL , APATA, IBADAN ST. MICHAEL GRAMMAR SCHOOL, APATA, IBADAN QUEEN’S SCHOOL, APATA, IBADAN
  4. 4. TECHNOLOGIES DISSEMINATED TO ADOPTED VILLAGES  DEMONSTRATION OF MAIZE/MELON/CASSAVA INTERCROP  POULTRY PRODUCTION
  5. 5. TECHNOLOGIES DISSEMINATED TO ADOPTED SCHOOLS POULTRY PRODUCTION DEMONSTRATION OF MAIZE/MELON/CASSAVA INTERCROP
  6. 6. Cross section of farmers at Sensitization meeting
  7. 7. Layers pen at the Adopted villages
  8. 8. Layers birds, feeds and drugs supplied
  9. 9. Sensitization meeting with farmers on poultry production
  10. 10. Farmers participating in feeding of layers
  11. 11. Sensitization meeting with students in Apata Community Grammar School
  12. 12. Sensitization meeting with students in Apata Community Grammar School
  13. 13. Poultry pen built for the adopted schools
  14. 14. Agricultural Science Teachers and Students receiving the layers for rearing
  15. 15. Students loading the cage with layers
  16. 16. Students loading the cage with layers
  17. 17. Poultry training for students at St. Michael Grammar School
  18. 18. Brooding of broiler chicks
  19. 19. Brooding of broiler chicks
  20. 20. Farmers’ organization formally registered at the State level Procurement of zero interest loan from National Programme for Food Security Adoption of additional village and school 4 Teachers have adopted poultry production 38 Farmers have indicated their interest for Tms 419 cassava variety
  21. 21. Sensitization meeting with the newly adopted village farmers

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