Welcome to my blog and thank you for stopping by.
I have always been one who liked to help. This blog, in a way, is my attempt to “help” in some small way and has been on my mind for years, actually.  I’ll explain.

Why I Started This Blog?

I would take a moment to explain why I started this blog and more importantly what value I think YOU can get out of it.

I thought it would be a really good idea to help educate others and raise awareness about agriculture. I want to share what I have learned so far in the university studying agriculture and also my personal  farming experience.

I want to encourage other young farmers who might be experiencing difficulty in setting up a viable commercial farm. More especially encouraging Nigerian youths to embrace agriculture, even as Petroleum prices are dropping.

There is this stereotype most people have on those studying Agriculture in the higher institution and agriculture itself as a poor man's job. I hope to correct this stereotype through the articles I will be publishing here.

Why Should You Read This Blog?

 As you well know, there are a lot of exciting things going on in the farming world but it seems many of them get overlooked. The goal of my blog is to focus on farm tips, agribusiness ideas, and other agro-related articles which will help you achieve great success in Agriculture.

My main objective in starting this blog in the first place is to offer you some 100% free high-quality step by step farming tips. When I say step by step I mean complete and detailed tutorials that you can follow through, implement immediately and be on your way to success.

BTW, Who Am I?

I and my birds

My name is Eze Sylvester  – The guy behind this blog.
I'm a student of the great University of Benin, Nigeria. A lover of Agriculture, seasoned writer and moreover, a practicing farmer. 

As a growing kid, I always had this fantasy of being a medical doctor. My parents made matters worse, calling me doctor and always reminding me of how I'm going to be the one to treat them when they get ill.
However, I loved farming too. I could remember setting up a small farm where I planted maize, okra, and pepper. I also did chicken farming when I was a kid. 

In 2013, I applied for admissions to the University of Benin. After all the wait I was admitted to study Crop Science in the Faculty of Agriculture. I'm still in the course of pursuing a degree in Agriculture.

I think this has been a blessing rather than a disappointment that others has seen it as.

As for personal facts, I'm a huge football fan, I like playing soccer with my friends if I'm not reading or checking out my farm.

Some random facts about me.

  • I'm a friendly person
  • I speak only  two languages Igbo and English.
  • I like having new experiences. It doesn’t really matter if they’re good or bad.
  • I love farming and trying out new things about agriculture
  • I love browsing the net, I also have a lot of friends online too. 
I hope you enjoyed learning a little bit more about me. See you on the Blog.
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