The farm situate on this parcel of land comprises of the following Structures and Features: 10 BROODER PENS (as shown on the map to the extreme right) with a capacity of over 5,000 birds. 13 LAYER PENS with an estimated capacity of holding 10,000 birds (depending of management preference); of which pens 11, 12, 13 are larger than others; pens 4 & 8 are floor pens. PEN L which is a major floor pen has a capacity of 14,000 birds (depending of management preference). A FEED-MILL (machine room) 2 STORE HOUSES, of which store 1 is longer. 1 SMALL STORE (closer to the brooder pens). 2 SILOS located close to the feed mill. A HATCHERY with cabins (map attached, management guide book available after purchase). 2 COLD ROOMS A SLAUGHTER HOUSE for broilers 1 WATER RESERVOIR OVER HEAD TANK 4 WELLS A POSSIBLE BOREHOLE SITE 2 OFFICES (for administration) 2 GUEST CHALETS each made of 3 bedroom flats with their conveniences (chalet 1 &2) STAFF QUARTERS 1 BOY’S QUARTERS 3 SECURITY HOUSES 4 GENERATOR HOUSES that can conveniently harbor 4 different generators to ensure continuous power supply 1 TOILETMore details
It comprises of seven blocks with water facilities; Block 1 has 9 piggery rooms and one administrative room. Block 2 has 10 piggery rooms and fisheries. With two rooms for administrative purposes.Block 3 has 17 rooms for fisheries and piggery.Block 4 has 18 rooms for fisheries and piggery and 5 rooms for residential.Block 5 has 22 rooms for fisheries and piggery.Block 6 has six rooms for hatchingBlock 7 has 30 piggery rooms.Also 11 natural fish ponds and another empty land space for other usage.More details
Ondo is a state in Nigeria which was created from the former western state on 3rd February, 1976. The state is generally referred to as the sunshine state. Its capital city is Akure. It originally included what is now Ekiti State, which was split off in 1996. Before its creation, the state existed as the Ondo Province of the old Western Region.
Ondo has eighteen (18) Local Government Areas and blessed with a rich ethnic composition largely from the Yoruba subgroups of the Akoko, Akure, Ikale, Ilaje, Ondo, and Owo dwellers. Ijaw minority (such as Apoi and Arogbo) and Ilaje populations inhabit the coastal areas; while a sizable number of the Ondo State people who speak a variant of the Yoruba language similar to Ife dialect reside in Oke-Igbo.
The big government universities in Ondo state are the Federal University of Technology Akure, Akure and the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko.