Alarm Bells as COVID-19 Cripples Nigerian Poultry, Fish Farming

The COVID-19 outbreak is already taking its toll on all sectors of the economy, including agriculture, with the pandemic inflicting damages worth millions to farmers and agro-processors across the country. Experts are already raising fear that if urgent measures are not taken to protect farmers, the country may experience severe food shortages, writes the Daily Trust.

Fish farmer (file photo).


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