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New technology introduced to rice farmers to boost production

By TVC News Nigeria
11 December 2019   |   2:09 pm
Farmers under the auspices of Nigeria Farmers Group and Co-operative Society have introduced new machines in the processing of rice to give the product a boost. The farmers say they were motivated by the FG's closure of the country's land borders.

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