Another week, another list of the Top Agric Tweets!
It has been an amazing week on and off the farm and we thought to bring you the “juiciest” news update, announcement, innovations and more that happened this week as found on twitter.
It’s everything you need to know to start off the new farm weekend I think ( Yes, Its the WEEKEND).
Let’s take a look!
A Call Center/Helpline has been created to help address the concerns of farmers and the general public on seed related issues. ( *insert the dancing emoji ). Watch the Minister of Agriculture Audu Ogbeh making a call to the helpline here;
The Hon. Minister also officially launched the @NASC_NG Call Centre/Helpline; a platform to help address the concerns of farmers and the general public on seed-related matters.
📽 HM @AuduOgbeh makes a call to the Helpline 070 000 73337
during the launch. pic.twitter.com/on1vfPq7R6
— Fed Min of Agric/RD (@FmardNg) June 5, 2018
This tweet caught our attention and we think it’s worth a debate (…remember when we use to have debates back in secondary school? hahahaha.. ).
Y’all really feel agriculture is associated with poverty?
There are farmers who make way more than those people who hold “high class” jobs.
— Sunflower Kisses. 🌻✨ (@__Drifting_Soul) June 7, 2018
Do you know the FAO has A Farmer Field School in Nigeria? Read a brief description of what they do here:
A Farmer Field School is a great way to informally teach farmers topics such as Integrated Pest Management (IPM), field preparation, seed treatment etc. FFS build knowledge and capacity to create sustainable agriculture and enhance #foodsecurity in homes and in the community. https://t.co/GXwe61GLjz
— FAONigeria (@FAONigeria) June 6, 2018
— FAO in Emergencies (@FAOemergencies) June 4, 2018
This Tweet!!! Thank you Musaah!
— Musaah K Thiessen (@mapping_boy) June 8, 2018
Just for laughs…..
This tweet literally had us rolling on the floor…Like really, Cows?? hahaha…
— Dept. of Agriculture (@USDA) June 8, 2018
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Have a great farming weekend!