Okokhuo Villages After Nifor Plantation, Okada, Ovia North-East, Edo
Palm oil plantation with 500 stems ready for harvest, the seedlings was from okomu palm oil company, known for is high yielding capability. With a tared road leading directly to the farm, so you can drive straight into your farm, selling for 7.2m slightly negotiable.
You don't need to clear and plant, just buy and start harvesting, the 500 sterms if process has the annual capacity to produce 125tones of red palm crude oil (PCO), 100tones of palm kernel oil (PKO), 120Tones of palm kernel cake (PKC) worth over N25m.
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Very fertile farmland suitable for commercial cash export crops plantation in an industrial scale 1000plots or 250acres (100hectares) with survey plan, with assessable earth road
located near Nigeria institute for Oil Palm Research (NIFOR) selling N177,000 per/acre
The owner over acquire land for farming, has another 500acres else where, he has decided to sell this 250acres and concentrate on the 500acre due strain man power and resources.
The land has not been cultivated since it was acquired accept some little garden around the hut where the farm manager lives.
After Nigeria Institute For Oil Palm Research (NIFOR) via Edo State College of Education Ekiadolor, off Benin Lagos Express road
Edo is an inland state in central southern Nigeria. Its capital city is Benin City. It was formed on 27th August 1991 by the split of Bendel State into Edo and Delta State. It is bounded in the north and east by Kogi state, in the south by Delta state and in the west by Ondo state.
Edo state is home to several ethnicities, among them the Bini, Esan and Afemai. The state is renowned for its proficiency in sports and athletics and a culture of intellectual edification and scholastic excellence. The University of Benin, one of Nigeria's prominent Universities is located in Edo State, as are other institutions of higher learning.