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Financial Analysis of Small Scale Cattle Fattening Enterprise in Bama Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria
This study was conducted to determine the financial analysis of Small-Scale beef Cattle enterprise in Bama Local Government Area of Borno. Purposive method of sampling was use to select the twoExpand
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Prevalence of Anaemia among Children Attending Paediatrics Department of UDUTH, Sokoto, North-Western Nigeria
Faculty of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Usmanu Danfodiyo University of Sokoto (UDU), Sokoto State, Nigeria. Department of Haematology, Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences, University of Calabar,Expand
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Water Conservation and Management in Semi-Arid and Arid Lands for Sustainable Agriculture
ABSTRACT With the population explosion in Nigeria, water requirements have been expanded resulting in competition between agricultural municipal and industrial users for a finite water supply. WaterExpand
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Analysis of Profit Efficiency of Sesame Production in Yobe State, Nigeria: A Stochastic Translog Profit Function Approach
Aims: Sesame productions are constantly bedeviled with menace because of inadequate supply of quality seed, extension services, credit facilities, presence of inefficiencies among others. TheExpand
Energy-Use Efficiency of Rice Production Under Irrigation in Jere Bowl Borno State, Nigeria
The study analyzed energy-use efficiency of irrigated rice production at the jere bowl of Borno state, Nigeria. One hundred and thirty (130) farmers were sampled through two-stage sampling procedure.Expand
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SUSCEPTIBILITY OF MOSQUITO LARVAE TO CONVENTIONAL INSECTICIDES IN A TROPICAL ARID ECOSYSTEM
The susceptibility of 4th instar larvae of Aedes aegypti and Culex quinquefasciatus to dieldrin, dichlovos and cypermethrin were evaluated in laboratory. Larval mortality was assessed 24 hourExpand
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ANALYSIS OF PROFITABILITY OF SESAME PRODUCTION IN YOBE STATE, NIGERIA
Purpose: The study examined the profitability of sesame (Sesanum indicum) production in Yobe State, Nigeria. Methodology: One hundred and eighty (180) sesame farmers were sampled from 12 villagesExpand