Sifawu farms is a multiple farming project situated in Ijebu Odo-Olowu in Odogbolu local government area, Ogun State, Nigeria. It aims to align with the federal government’s agenda to make agriculture a major national source of income and is focused on creating local employment.
It is made up of two farms, the first is 12 acres of arable land consisting of mixed food crops,the second is an additional 1 acre of plantain plantation.Learn More
Sifawu farms located in the Obu-oba farm area are two farms which are made up of 12 acres of arable land consisting of mixed food crops combining with an adjacent additional 1 acre of plantain plantation.
The farms share their borders with a plantation of palm kernel farms so are truly immersed in a farming community located in Odo-Olowu (Ijebu) and Okun-Owa (Ijebu) which are neighbouring towns in Ijebu-South around 100km North-East of Lagos.Learn More
....Affordable food crops produced locally!
...developmental updates from our Farms
The dry planting season should commence in October but rainfalls are still very heavy. This does not put a damper on things however as the Okun-Owa community have approved the use of 6 plots (1 acre) of marsh land off the banks of the Okan-Mayan river. Part of...Learn More
The okan mayan river will be coming in Handy for Sifawu Farms. The dry planting season is due to commence in October 2016 through to June 2017 and Sifawu farms will be modifying its approach slightly to take advantage of it. Traditionally and...Learn More
Conversation had on 4th September 2016 with the lead farmer working on Sifawu Farms. The gentleman provided some updates on the activities on the farm and what is being achieved and in other cases not so. A quick brief discussion into the background of the...Learn More
03 September 2016 was the UK arm of Lagos Anglican Girls Grammar School (LAGGS) annual reunion event. The event was held at Bacons College, London SE16. Sifawu Farms was able to promote its services at the event and speak with potential customers. The idea taken to...Learn More
Picture023- wide cross section view of 11 Hectares of Sifawu farm managed by employed locally farms– picture-SifawuFarmsLearn More
Picture022- View of employed workers on the farm creating jobs for local people-mangoro – picture-SifawuFarmsLearn More