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Why To Choose Kemayo Farms

Ogbomosho Cashew Nut in Nigeria

Kemayo Farms are known for the quality in raw cashew nuts they produce and supply.


Nigeria has an ever ending decline in tourism due to insecurity, and falling agricultural yields caused by lack of good proper Agricultural farming, More concentration on crude oil and corruption have weakened the economy in Nigeria , pushing more people into poverty. These changes are hitting young people hard; the country has the highest level of youth unemployment in Africa.

Nigeria has a higher concentration of cashew nut trees than anywhere else in the country, However, ageing trees and a lack of investment have seen cashew production in the area decrease, weakening an already fragile economy.

But we at Kemayo Farms we intend to put back into the community through cashew farming and exporting. 

Castor Oil Plantation

Castor seed is the source of castor oil, which has many uses in medicine and other application.

Castor seed is the source of castor oil, which has many uses in medicine and other applications. The seeds contain between 40% and 60% oil and can be harvested 2-3 times per year. There are more than 3000 kinds of chemical derivatives of castor oil. Castor oil is used as senior industrial lubricants, and the raw material of laxative, dyes, food additives, etc.
Besides, whole plant has economic values from the leaf, stem, to fruit.

Cocoa Beans Plantation

Cocoa Farming/Production in Nigeria/ Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria (CRIN)

Kemayo Farms' cocoa division produce high quality cocoa beans. The tropical climate of south west and south south of  Nigeria lends itself to cocoa production. In fact, Nigeria is the World's third largest cocoa producer

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Coffee Farming

Coffee Growing in Nigeria. Coffee is of different species only two  namely; Arabica and Robusta,

Cultivation of our coffee  commence with a selection of site in agroecological zones that are suitable for the commercial production. There are two species of coffee that can be cultivated in Nigeria. Upland coffee also known as Arabica coffee is suitable for allocation where the altitude is above 800 m above sea level. In a case like this Jos, Obudu and Mambilla plateau is suitable or any other area where the altitude is within that range.
We also have our coffee on lowland, also known as robusta coffee. And this is mostly in places where cocoa plantation can thrive. same edaphic (soil) and climatic requirement.

Corning Farming

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