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Online Farming in Nigeria

Online Farming in Nigeria

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53 Online Farming Websites in Nigeria

Online farming is the newest movement in Nigeria. A good number of Nigerian Agripreneurs are turning to the internet to raise funds to farm at scale in Nigeria.

Online farming is the art of using websites and mobile apps to get people to fund your farming projects with the aim of giving them return on investments after harvest.

There are now over 50 websites offering one form of online farming services or the other. Some are offering commodity trading, farm security and  surveillance. These integrated services are helping agriculture to bloom again in Nigeria.

A country that it is very hard to get loans from banks to invest in agriculture, creative Nigerians are using the internet to do online fundraising to invest in farms.

Farmcrowdy and ThriveAgric ignited this revolution.

Other startups are in the race offering innovative solutions that we’ve never heard of, first of its kind in Nigeria.

HelloTractors offers tractor hiring service.

Kobo360 offers produce haulage services.

Viable X connects commodity suppliers with commodity off takers.

Zenvus offers Internet of Things (IoT) farm sensors.

Verdant Agritech offers great technology and platform.

Together, these online farming platforms are disrupting agriculture in Nigeria.

Please find below some of these online farming platforms:

  1. Farmcrowdy 
  2. Thrive Agric
  3. Farm4Me
  4. Growsel
  5. Zenvus
  6. Verdant Agritech
  7. Releaf
  8. Xtralarge Farms
  9. FarmCafe
  10. FarmSponsor
  11. Ogleji
  12. Agrecourse
  13. Agrorite
  14. PocketFarm
  15. Agrodomain
  16. Chubi Agro
  17. Farmer Outlets
  18. PayFarmers
  19. FarmFunded
  20. PorkMoney.com
  21. Cloud Farm Funds
  22. Viable X
  23. FarmCenta
  24. EFarms.com.ng
  25. EZ-Farming
  26. Farmkart
  27. SmartFarm
  28. Farmkonnect
  29. Farmsquare
  30. Groupfarma
  31. Porkvest
  32. Nigeria Farmers Group
  33. EFarmers
  34. AgroXchange
  35. Farmally
  36. Kobo Farm
  37. Grow Crops Online
  38. Hello Tractor
  39. Afrimash
  40. AgricDemy
  41. Agropartnerships.co
  42. Novus Agro
  43. Agroyields
  44. ePoultry.NG
  45. AgroNigeria.NG
  46. My Farm Base Africa
  47. Crop2Cash
  48. AgroInfoTech
  49. Farm Partner
  50. Agritech Nigeria
  51. Rice Invest
  52. Green Eagles Agribiz
  53. Abadini

Please comment below with a link to online farming platforms in Nigeria that we didn’t add here. We will update this post and add it.

 

10 Responses

  1. Abu Jamiu says:

    How to become a shareholder or partner if farm 4me?

  2. Adesanya Oludare says:

    Good day to you Sir,
    This is a good idea.
    First, I notice that is don’t have any farm in and around Abuja.
    Secondly, I notice you don’t go into vegetables farming like Ugwu, cabbage, carrots, cucumber and others.
    Thirdly, you also don’t go into animals, like rabbits, sñails, Turkeys, Noilers, etc.
    If you can help me with the name of a company that go into, I will be happy.
    I have my own parcel of Land, though not big enough. 2,658 sq m, 2,985 sqm all located around Karshi Development Area of Nasarawa State.

  3. Samuel Onuigbo says:

    Interesting business, l will likely join if it could be trusted.

  4. Bukola says:

    Going through these, i am interested but i can see that most farms are sold out. Anyone opening soon that one can do for 6months pls

  5. Uzairu Sani says:

    This plan is very nice and interested. I want Nigerians to benefit it

  6. Solomon Faluyi says:

    I can see a revolution of revival in our agric sector, i have always believed that until we revamp this sector the economy will remain the same or even worsen.
    I have participated and still participating though not with Farm4me yet ( am preparing to do so shortly). Am happy to be in already.
    i will advise the populace to join the league now before it is too late.
    Also i will like to salute the farm owners, the managers and the administrators for these good initiatives.

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