On the 14th of February, 2019, friends and family of Nigeria’s leading animal and agricultural company, Farmergiant, joined the CEO, Dr. Paul Adoyi, and staffs of the company, to celebrate seven years of God’s mercies in birthing and sustaining the company in the laborious business climate of Nigeria.
For seven years, Farmergiant has been at the forefront of providing services to the teaming Nigerian population through sales of animals (chickens, turkey, pigs and goats), bird cages (both imported ones and locally fabricated ones), eggs (including the production of point of lay), poultry production and processing equipments such as incubators, defeathering machines, agricultural consultancy and a whole lot more.
The core value of Farmergiant is to “bring out the best in every farmer”. In line with these vision, therefore, Farmergiant is not only concerned with selling agricultural products to the public, they desire to see people’s businesses flourish also. Therefore, the management and staffs of this company go an extra mile to ensure that organizations that do business with them get value for the money they invest in their businesses.
In recent times, Farmergiant has been helping farm owners develop more thriving farm set ups. Individuals would usually contact Farmergiant to get tips on what and what to do when problems arise on farms. Dr. Paul Adoyi, the CEO of Farmergiant, has no less than twenty years’ experience in the agric and animal sector of agriculture both in Nigeria and abroad. And this is post-university; having obtained a degree in Veterinary Medicine from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, a foremost institution in training Vetinary Medicine Doctors.
Dr. Adoyi has developed a reputation as a business consultant in the field of animal husbandry and he is often sought after to develop business plans for up and coming animal farms all around Nigeria.
So when friend and family gathered at the company’s main office situated at Plot 14, Olubadan Avenue, Oluyole Estate, Ibadan, it was to celebrate a company that had given out much to the Nigerian agricultural business and that has survived despite the harsh business climate in the country.