Gwadaba Farm is a recently upgraded grazing farm land that spans over 100 hectares of land in Gwadaba LGA in Sokoto, North-west Nigeria. It has existed over a period of 15 years producing an average of 5000 goats per year. These animals are distributed across the northern and southern Nigeria. We have consistent produced disease-resistant, rugged and healthy animals which produce good nutritional value for our end consumers.
Goat farming investment has a good ROI especially in the North as there are ready-available off-takers that distribute mature animals across the nation. The investment shall cover insurance, rents, purchase of farm animals, feeding and medications, man power and marketing sales.
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Goat farming in Nigeria is very popular and common. The agriculture sector of Nigeria greatly contributing the total national income and economic growth. And domestic or commercial goat farming playing an important role in the overall economic system of this country.
Commercial goat farming is very popular in northern part of Nigeria than southern part. Goat meat is very popular throughout the country and has a great demand in the local restaurants, hotels and the head sells like hot cake in catteries. Due to high demand of goat meat and other products, there is a great opportunities of establishing commercial goat farming business in Nigeria.