One fascinating feature of the socio-economic landscape of the Nigerian nation as she clocks the diamond age of 60 eventful years, is the inspiring story of individuals and groups that have succeeded in changing the narrative against all odds.
Indeed, when it comes to the specific sub-sector of agricultural development vis-a-vis food security and employment generation, one company that has made its bold mark in Nigeria’s fertile soil is Xtralarge Farms Limited.
Ably led by the foresighted couple of Farmer Seyi and Mrs. Moji Davids, with the vision of: “Raising a generation of passionate farmers” , Xtralarge Farms joins millions of well-wishers to congratulate President Muhammadu Buhari and the good people of the country at this momentous occasion.
As part of its contributions, Xtralarge said it is giving out 2,000 plots of land to agric enthusiasts in addition to free training and off taking arrangements for the farm produce.
Recognizing the fact that Nigeria has come full-cycle, from the agric-boom period of the ’50s and ’60s through the oil-boom era of the’70s and ’80s and now to diversification of the economy back to agriculture, Xtralarge Farms is a dependable partner in progress.
Having raised 2,000 passionate and well- heeled agripreneurs in modern, Hi-Tech practices, with free farmlands, free agric training and free consultancy services, Xtralarge Farms is poised to take farming to the next level to benefit the country at large.
What more, it has guaranteed off taking arrangements for farm produce when harvested. And it goes further to assist to cultivate the farmland for the first three years.
As widely attested by the thousands of beneficiaries, there is a lot to smile home with by investments in its various packages. These include the organic food network, the agric estate, the recession plan, the Super Farmer fish project as well as the VIP plantain, cassava and groundnut packages.
It is worthy of note that Xtralarge Farms which began in 2016 with 17 members has a success story of over 15,000 members, now that is gearing up to launch the first Agri-tech city in Africa and the digital currency, aptly called Xtratoken.