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US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by rodeo0070(m): 3:58pm On Feb 15
On Monday, the United States Mission in Nigeria shared photos of the Ikun dairy farm in partnership with Promasidor Nigeria Limited at a ranch in Ekiti State.

In a tweet, the mission shared photos of cows breeding on the farm and added the caption, “U.S. Dairy Milk Cows in Ekiti State!”.

Ikun dairy farm plans to reach 10,000 litres of milk daily with cows from the USA. A great collaboration with Consulate Lagos that helps Nigeria grow and diversify its economy.

https://twitter.com/USinNigeria/status/1361261461339856899

Located in Ikun-Ekiti, in Moba Local Government Area, Ikun Dairy Farm spans across 1,000 hectares of land area and was established in the early 1980s with hundreds of fattened cows as an integrated agro-allied farm to boost the state’s economy.

The Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi-led administration entered a partnership with Promasidor Nigeria Limited, the producer of Cowbell to drive its backward integration initiative aimed at creating local sources of raw materials for dairy products through the state-owned Ikun Dairy Farm.

The pact was sealed on behalf of the partners by Fayemi and the Managing Director of Promasidor Nigeria Limited, Anders Einarsson in July 2019 in Abuja for the utilisation of the farm for milk production.

The partnership deal attracted a new investment of $5 million into Ikun Dairy Farm, which would be used to purchase equipment, provide the appropriate herd of cattle, and develop an out-grower scheme for providing feed for the cattle.

The partnership deal prompted a series of visits to Ekiti and Ikun Dairy Farm. The management of Promasidor Nigeria embarked on an inspection of facilities at the farm for revitalisation as part of the partnership agreement. This was done in furtherance of the pact signed.
https://brandspurng.com/2021/02/15/us-mission-shares-photos-of-ikun-dairy-farm-in-ekiti-state/

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by Fahdiga(m): 4:01pm On Feb 15
Nice one. This is a good idea

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by tommy589(m): 4:02pm On Feb 15
rodeo0070:
On Monday, the United States Mission in Nigeria shared photos of the Ikun dairy farm in partnership with Promasidor Nigeria Limited at a ranch in Ekiti State.

In a tweet, the mission shared photos of cows breeding on the farm and added the caption, “U.S. Dairy Milk Cows in Ekiti State!”.

Ikun dairy farm plans to reach 10,000 litres of milk daily with cows from the USA. A great collaboration with Consulate Lagos that helps Nigeria grow and diversify its economy.

https://twitter.com/USinNigeria/status/1361261461339856899

Located in Ikun-Ekiti, in Moba Local Government Area, Ikun Dairy Farm spans across 1,000 hectares of land area and was established in the early 1980s with hundreds of fattened cows as an integrated agro-allied farm to boost the state’s economy.

The Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi-led administration entered a partnership with Promasidor Nigeria Limited, the producer of Cowbell to drive its backward integration initiative aimed at creating local sources of raw materials for dairy products through the state-owned Ikun Dairy Farm.

The pact was sealed on behalf of the partners by Fayemi and the Managing Director of Promasidor Nigeria Limited, Anders Einarsson in July 2019 in Abuja for the utilisation of the farm for milk production.

The partnership deal attracted a new investment of $5 million into Ikun Dairy Farm, which would be used to purchase equipment, provide the appropriate herd of cattle, and develop an out-grower scheme for providing feed for the cattle.

The partnership deal prompted a series of visits to Ekiti and Ikun Dairy Farm. The management of Promasidor Nigeria embarked on an inspection of facilities at the farm for revitalisation as part of the partnership agreement. This was done in furtherance of the pact signed.

SOURCE: https://brandspurng.com/2021/02/15/us-mission-shares-photos-of-ikun-dairy-farm-in-ekiti-state/


100% sure. People of this community won't lost a single life because of cattle breeding/rearing

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by Ooni: 4:08pm On Feb 15
Statement made!

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by seunmsg(m): 4:12pm On Feb 15
This is a welcome development.

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by inoki247: 4:21pm On Feb 15
The US cow sef look different from the Fulani own....


I need someone to help me go kidnap the US cow I want to check something maybe America will react...

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by aremuforlife(m): 4:27pm On Feb 15
This is a good investment, let other state governments encourage investors to invest in cattle business.

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by KingAzari: 4:27pm On Feb 15
Nwanne, legodu American cows... cheiiiii!!!

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by Coldie(m): 4:27pm On Feb 15
For US to share this pic. Fulanis know that the US is against u in this your ruga

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by laiperi: 4:27pm On Feb 15
For God's sake, revitalize the abandoned ones all over the West. Our politicians like new projects while abandoning old one so that they can get their cut.

Greed, pure and simple.

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by sleemfesh: 4:28pm On Feb 15
And some local evil spirits want to roam the forests for similar purpose.
God punish devil.

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by Jahzrockballer(m): 4:28pm On Feb 15
Very commendable

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by dvkot(m): 4:28pm On Feb 15
This is how cattle rearing is supposed to be

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by demolinka(m): 4:28pm On Feb 15
Look at the cows, very peaceful! E nor be like some wen dem don beat from Kano to ibarapa. Later Dem go say the cow get mad cow disease; if Dem beat human being like dat, e nor go craze?!

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by etrouble: 4:29pm On Feb 15
Buhari and his evil brothers will not see this.

Cattles walking from Sokoto to Lagos is senseless and has no place in today's society.

If you come in peace, we will receive you with peace, if you come with war, we will give you war.

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by Elslim: 4:29pm On Feb 15
Alhamdulillahi

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by Rugaria: 4:29pm On Feb 15
The way they talk about Nigeria as if we are some tiny island in the pacific ocean and we will always lap up to it liike a starry eyed bunch of ignorant Africans suffering from an overdose of inferiority complex..
God dey shaaa

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by LandMann: 4:29pm On Feb 15
Subtle jab at the deaf and dumb leader in Aso Rock

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by delerx(m): 4:30pm On Feb 15
Lies . This is not Ekiti, this is not Nigeria. This cows does not even look like the regular cows we see in Nigeria

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by AmazingELixir: 4:31pm On Feb 15
undecided
Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by delerx(m): 4:31pm On Feb 15
This ones are Ajebutter cows

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by MufasaLion(m): 4:31pm On Feb 15
inoki247:
The US cow sef look different from the Fulani own....


I need someone to help me go kidnap the US cow I want to check something maybe America will react...

They're different breed cool

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by Omoslim26: 4:31pm On Feb 15
Very wonderful
let's make dis business competitive
healthy competition in business is a very welcome idea

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by chicogentil(m): 4:32pm On Feb 15
Don't let some people see it. wink

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by Lamasta(m): 4:32pm On Feb 15
Way to go...
Enough of sharing our roads and farmlands with cows...
Ranching is the way forward cos it will stop farmers and herders crises.

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by AmazingELixir: 4:32pm On Feb 15
undecided


Fulanis don't understand diswan they prefer their cows feeding off people's investment.

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by tonididdy(m): 4:32pm On Feb 15
Why aren't these cows on the streets and in people's farmlands?



Oh they are American cows and practiced in the west unlike a certain people who will litter the street with cow poop and destruction all in the name of providing NIGERIA with meat.

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by Felabrity: 4:33pm On Feb 15
Ooni:
Statement made!
if you know you know

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by Greatidonis: 4:33pm On Feb 15
inoki247:
The US cow sef look different from the Fulani own....


I need someone to help me go kidnap the US cow I want to check something maybe America will react...
I wish every multi millionaire in the South will go into something like this including state government.
Then we will not need beef or milk from Northern part and ask them to take it to Sudan.

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by valentineuwakwe(m): 4:33pm On Feb 15
This ranch is different from the one the FG is proposing for the fulani people across the country......
They want land where not only they will camp there cows, but lands where they will settle with hospitals, mosques, schools etc....tomorrow they will expand and claim the area as there own LGA.

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by patrickmuf(m): 4:33pm On Feb 15
delerx:
Lies . This is not Ekiti, this is not Nigeria. This cows does not even look like the regular cows we see in Nigeria
Please read...

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Re: US Mission Shares Photos Of Ikun Dairy Farm In Ekiti State by lagusboyyy(m): 4:33pm On Feb 15
delerx:
Lies . This is not Ekiti, this is not Nigeria. This cows does not even look like the regular cows we see in Nigeria
It's an imported breed.

Just like how we have broilers, foreign breeds of dogs in the country.

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