Journal of
Development and Agricultural Economics

  • Abbreviation: J. Dev. Agric. Econ.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2006-9774
  • DOI: 10.5897/JDAE
  • Start Year: 2009

JDAE Articles

August 2013

Determinants of smallholder sweet potato farmers’ participation in different market options: The case of Vihiga County, Kenya

  Market participation has a potential to increase farmers’ rural incomes and employment opportunities especially if farmers concentrate on production and marketing of local crops requiring low inputs such as sweet potatoes. The purpose of this research was to investigate the factors that determine farmers’ shift in market participation from village to regional market in Vihiga County....

Author(s): Benjamin K. Mutai, Elvi N. Agunda, Augustus S. Muluvi, Lawrence K. Kibet and Mary C. Maina

August 2013

Econometric estimation of herd stocking decisions in South Ethiopia

  This paper aims to share knowledge and the theoretical basis for understanding herd dynamics in pastoral communities of Hadiya, Southern Ethiopia, with the intention that it may improve effectiveness of development interventions. The study is based on data collected from two districts considering 160 pastoral households. Focus group and key informant discussions were also made to generate data to supplement...

Author(s): Misginaw Tamirat

July 2013

Risk of failure to meet regional and national goals relevant to agricultural development and poverty reduction in South Africa

  This study examined whether the Eastern Cape province’s district municipalities are on course to achieve local and regional goals of improving agricultural production and reducing poverty. Results show significant strides towards locally set targets and high uncertainty in meeting the regional targets. Out of seven district municipalities, five municipalities are still about 5% points below the...

Author(s): Simbarashe Ndhleve and Ajuruchukwu Obi

July 2013

Effects of planting depth on agronomic performance of two potato varieties grown in the Sahel region of Tunisia

  Possibilities to enhance potato productivity in the Sahel region of Tunisia have been the domain of active investigation during the last several years. Many field experiments were carried out on the potential of using different plating depths to grow profitable potato crops. In the research station of the higher institute of agronomy of Chott-Mariem in the Sahel region of Tunisia, two varieties of...

Author(s): Sayed CHEHAIBI, Wissem HAMDI and Khaoula ABROUGUI

July 2013

Cointegration inferences on issues of poverty and population growth in Nigeria

  Nigeria is the most populated black nation in the world, with enormous wealth from crude petroleum however, the country has been facing numerous socio-economic challenges including poverty. This paper discusses issues of poverty and population growth in Nigeria. The Augmented Dickey-Fuller tests as well as the Engle Granger and Johansen’s cointegration tests were used to test for cointegration and...

Author(s): Inibehe G. Ukpong, Ineye D. Ekpebu and Nneoyi I. Ofem

July 2013

Grain quality and determinants of farmers’ preference for rice varietal traits in three districts of Ghana: Implications for research and policy

  Rice has become a popular staple in Africa because it is a convenience food for the rapidly increasing urban population. In Ghana about 70% of the rice consumed is imported. Domestic rice is not competitive because of its perceived poor grain quality. This study assessed the influence of grain quality and other factors on farmers’ preference for improved rice varieties. It also investigated how specific...

Author(s): Maxwell Darko Asante, Bright Owusu Asante, George Kwasi Acheampong, Alexander Nimo Wiredu, Samuel Kwame Offei, Vernon Gracen, Hans Adu-Dapaah and Eric Yirenkyi Danquah

June 2013

Economic analysis of selected food crops in Ile-Ife of Osun State, Nigeria

Studies showed that young farmers are not attracted to the production of food crops which is central to the reduction of poverty and food security among poverty ridden populace of Osun State. This study analyzes the economic factors responsible for productivity of selected food crops in Osun State. Factors influencing the level of production as well as problems militating against the production of the selected food...

Author(s): Adisa O. D. and Sofoluwe N. A.

June 2013

Regional differences of technology modernization in agriculture of Pará State

  The objective of this study is to identify, through the application of factor analysis and cluster analysis, the spatial organization of the micro hydrographic regions (MRHs) of the State of Pará, as a result of the technology level used in agriculture, the volume of investments, financed credit and by the incorporation of modern means of production. To meet the objectives of the study, information...

Author(s): Mario Miguel Amin Garcia Herreros, Heriberto Wagner Amanajás Pena, Allan Klynger da Silva Lobato and Raimundo Thiago Lima da Silva

June 2013

The performance of potato markets in South Western Uganda

  Market-oriented farmers play a significant role in the rural agricultural sector in Uganda. However, these trader-farmers are often disadvantaged by limited access to information, services, appropriate technology and capital. These factors restrict their capacity to effectively participate in the marketing of their produce. In many instances farmers, including those in the potato innovation platforms (IPs) of...

Author(s): J. Bonabana-Wabbi, S. Ayo, B. Mugonola, D. B. Taylor, J. Kirinya and M. Tenywa

June 2013

Socioeconomic analysis of beekeeping in Swaziland: A case study of the Manzini Region, Swaziland

  Swaziland has substantial potential in beekeeping with her rich flora, proper ecological conditions and existence of colonies. However, the Swaziland beekeeping sector has not yet efficiently utilized the rich natural resources. The apiculture sector in Swaziland is still faced with challenges in respect to marketing and importation as a result of the quality of honey and competition from South African honey....

Author(s): Micah B. Masuku

June 2013

Analysis of economic capacity utilization in the Nigerian sugar industry (1970 - 2010)

  The study analyzed economic capacity utilization rates in the sugar industry for the period 1970 to 2010 in Nigeria. Secondary data obtained from sugar firms; Central Bank of Nigeria; National Bureau of Statistics and the Federal Ministry of Finance were used in the study. Stochastic Cobb-Douglas cost functions for the sugar industry were estimated from which indices of economic capacity utilization rates...

Author(s): Sunday B. Akpan, Inimfon V. Patrick, Daniel E. John and Samuel J. Udoka

June 2013

On-farm evaluation of maize varieties in the transitional and savannah zones of Ghana: Determinants of farmer preferences

  Maize is one of the most important food crops in Ghana even though its production has not reached self sufficiency levels. Drought and striga infestation are among the most important production constraints of maize in Ghana. Promising high yielding, drought and striga tolerant maize varieties are being evaluated by CSIR and IITA in participatory on-farm trials and demonstrations. These varieties however need...

Author(s): Prince Maxwell Etwire, Tahirou Abdoulaye, Kwadwo Obeng-Antwi, Samuel S. J. Buah, Roger A. L. Kanton, Henry Asumadu, Mashark S. Abdulai, Alidu Haruna and John C. Etwire

May 2013

The dilemma of biodiversity and specialization in agricultural development

  The impact and usefulness of specialization and diversification strategies of agricultural research in developing countries is reviewed. The specialization strategy is based on principles of optimization on resources allocation in the spatial context, and it typically prevails over diversification strategy that considers inter-temporal resources allocation. However, diversification strategies offer...

Author(s): Price Edwin, Kibriya Shahriar and Zhang Yu

May 2013

Measuring diet quantity and quality dimensions of food security in rural Ethiopia

  Food insecurity is an overriding problem of most developing countries like Ethiopia, which requires empirical evidence pertinent to food security policy formulation and implementation. This paper investigates food security situation of households by surveying 260 farm households randomly and proportionately sampled from the major farming systems in Ethiopia. Households’ daily calorie availability and...

Author(s): Degye Goshu, Belay Kassa and Mengistu Ketema

May 2013

Determinants of access to agricultural credit among crop farmers in a farming community of Nasarawa State, Nigeria

  Farmers’ limited access to agricultural credit facilities is one of the major factors responsible for the declining agricultural productivity in Nigeria. Hence, this study aims to identify determinants of access to agricultural credit among smallholder farmers in Doma Local Government Area (LGA) of Nasarawa State, Nigeria. The data were obtained from 125 farmers by administered structured questionnaire...

Author(s): K. I. Etonihu, S. A. Rahman and S. Usman

May 2013

Estimating technical efficiency of small scale beef cattle fattening in the lake zone in Tanzania

  This study examines the technical efficiency of small-scale beef cattle fattening in eight districts of Mwanza and Shinyanga regions, the lake zone in Tanzania. Data were collected using a structured questionnaire which was administered to 90 randomly selected cattle fatteners from the eight districts. Data were analyzed using descriptive methods and stochastic frontier production function approach. The...

Author(s): S. N. Mlote, N. S. Y. Mdoe, A. C. Isinika and L. A. Mtenga

May 2013

Effects of international fund for agricultural development (IFAD) credit supply on rural farmers in Rivers State, Nigeria

  This study evaluated the effect of International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) credit supply on rural farmers in Rivers state. Data for the study were collected using a structured questionnaire administered to 90 farmer’s beneficiaries using a multi-stage sampling technique. The regression result shows that semi-log function gave the best fit with the highest value of coefficient of multiple...

Author(s): Tasie C. M.

April 2013

Role of Fadama III in improving the income of Fadama User Groups (FUGs) through agro-processing and market accessibility in Adamawa State, Nigeria

  This study was conducted to evaluate the income status of Fadama III beneficiaries in Adamawa State, Nigeria, with the ultimate aim of determining the effects of the project on Fadama User Groups (FUGs) in the month of June, 2011. A total of six (6) Local Government Areas (Fufore, Girei, Demsa, Mayobelwa, Maiha and Madagali) believed to have established FUGs with functional agro-processing enterprises were...

Author(s): M. R. Ja’afar-Furo, M. K. Bello, S. I. Mshelia and D. M. Hammanyaji

April 2013

Cost-minimizing food budgets in Ghana

  Attaining the daily required nutritional recommendations is a major challenge in Ghana where the average person earns about $1.89 per day. A linear programming diet model is used to determine the cheapest basket of food items that satisfy the recommended daily nutritional requirements of the average Ghanaian. Initial findings show that an average Ghanaian requires $0.36 per day to meet his daily nutritional...

Author(s): Francis Addeah Darko, Benjamin Allen, John Mazunda, Rafiullah Rahimzai and Craig Dobbins

April 2013

Economic welfare effects of the increase in labor costs on U.S. tobacco farms

  The United States Department of Labor (USDOL) amended elements of the 2008 H-2A Final Rule and adopted the 2010 Final Rule, which came into effect on March 15, 2010. Compared to the 2008 H-2A Final Rule, the 2010 H-2A Final Rule is arguably more expensive for farm employers. The H-2A Final Rule provides regulations which govern the H-2A program, a guest worker program allowing U.S. farm employers to bring...

Author(s): Shiferaw T. Feleke, Jane H. Starnes, Harwood D. Schaffer and Kelly J. Tiller

April 2013

Production efficiency and risks in limited resource farming: The case of Bulgarian peanut industry

  We used a stochastic production frontier and a Tobit model to evaluate technical efficiency and inefficiency of Bulgarian limited resource peanut farms for the period 2000/2002. We used a Just-Pope model to examine risks related to on-farm yield adjustments. Technical efficiency of farms ranged from 77 to 97%, with an average 92%, a median of 93%, mode of 90%, and skewness -1.49. The technical efficiency of...

Author(s): Carel Ligeon, Curtis Jolly, Nelly Bencheva, Stanko Delikostadinov and Naveen Puppala

April 2013

Farm household level impacts of information communication technology (ICT)-based agricultural market information in Ghana

  This paper assesses the impact of the information communication technology (ICT)-based market information service (MIS) on farm households in the eastern corridor of Northern Ghana. Data was collected from 346 farm households in the eastern corridor of Northern Ghana where an ICT-based market information project was implemented between 2006 and 2009. The sample included 159 participants and 187...

Author(s): Ramatu M. Al-Hassan, Irene S. Egyir and James Abakah  

March 2013

Macro, mezzo and micro-level analysis of gender responsive budgeting in Rwanda

This study focuses on Gender Responsive Budgeting (GRB) as an alternative approach for equitable allocation of gender resources for men, women, boys and girls in Rwanda. This study uses purposive sampling technique to identify 115 respondents from institutions and gender machineries in Rwanda. Face to face interviews and focus group discussions were utilised to gather primary data base. The empirical results indicated...

Author(s): Siringi Elijah Mirwoba

March 2013

Factors affecting household access to enough food in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa

  South Africa is experiencing rapid increase in food prices while household income is increasing at a slower rate. This antagonistic state has positioned ordinary South Africans, at present struggling to meet their basic household requirements, more vulnerable to food security. The objectives of the study were to determine factors that affect household access to enough food in Eastern Cape...

Author(s): L. Musemwa, L. Zhou, S. Ndhleve and F. Aghdasi

March 2013

Producer characteristics and determinants of technical efficiency of tomato based production systems in Ghana

This paper uses cross-sectional data collected from 126 small scale tomato farmers in the forest, forest-savannah transition and the guinea savannah agro-ecological zones in 2011 to examine the characteristics of tomato based producing households in Ghana. It involved a description of the demographic characteristics of sampled farmers and an investigation of the production practices. This study further investigated the...

Author(s): B. O. Asante, M. K. Osei, A. A. Dankyi, J. N. Berchie, M. B. Mochiah, J. N. L. Lamptey, J. Haleegoah, K. Osei and G. Bolfrey-Arku

March 2013

Assessing the evidence of climate variability in the northern part of Ethiopia

  In semi-arid highlands of northern Ethiopia, episodes of droughts of varying severity and duration occur. The occurrence of these droughts is associated mainly with the seasonal rainfall variability. This study attempts to investigate the temporal and spatial variability of climate parameters, particularly rainfall and temperature for the period 1954-2008. Standardized rainfall anomaly was used to examine the...

Author(s): Tagel Gebrehiwot and Anne van der Veen

March 2013

Determinants of income diversification among rural households: The case of smallholder farmers in Fedis district, Eastern hararghe zone, Ethiopia

  This paper examines the determinants of income diversification among rural households using cross sectional data collected from Fedis District of Eastern Hararghe Zone, Ethiopia. Both descriptive statistics and rigorous econometric models are used to analyze the data. Multinomial logit model was used to pinpoint factors influencing households’ participation in non/off-farm activities while the...

Author(s): Amare Demissie and Belaineh Legesse

March 2013

Economics of Bt cotton in India

Since the introduction of Bt cotton in India, there has been a serious debate going on its impact on cost, returns and productivity. Andhra Pradesh continue to be the largest cultivator of Bt cotton in India and it occupies third position among Indian cotton growing states both in terms of area as well as outturn. In this context, it would be appropriate to analyze the output and efficiency of inputs used in cotton...

Author(s): A. Balakrishna

February 2013

Child labour and wealth in rural Cambodia: Re-examination of alternative hypotheses

  This study investigated whether the child labour prevailing in the rice-growing areas of Cambodia where wealth is measure in terms of cattle, can be explain by the poverty hypothesis and wealth paradox. In order to test if these hypotheses hold in all contexts, this study presented some evidences from rural Cambodia and used a Tobit model to investigate the impact of assets such as land and cattle on child...

Author(s): Fukui Seiichi, Miwa Kana and Han Phoumin

February 2013

Gender discrimination in Agricultural land access: Implications for food security in Ondo State, Nigeria

  This study assessed gender discrimination in agricultural land access: Implications for food security in Ondo State Nigeria. Specifically, it analysed men and female accessibility to forms of land holding and the factors affecting agricultural land accessibility in the study area. Multistage sampling technique was used in selecting 240 respondents used for this study. Data collected were summarized using...

Author(s): A. G. Adekola, F. O. Adereti, G. F. Koledoye and P. T. Owombo

February 2013

The impact of climate change towards Malaysian paddy farmers

  Ricardian model was used to estimate the impact of climate change on granary level net revenue of paddy sector in Malaysia. Panel data from eight granaries was used in this study and the annual net revenue was regressed against climate variables and other controlled variables. The results indicate that climate is one of the determinants of Malaysian paddy granaries’ profitability. Given future predicted...

Author(s): R. B. Radin Firdaus, Ismail Abdul Latiff and P. Borkotoky

February 2013

Pomegranate marketing margins in the Neyriz, Iran

  Marketing agricultural products while establishing a balance between supply and demand in various stages of production to final consumption stabilize farm income and satisfy consumer demand. Therefore, agricultural marketing study seems necessary. In this study, pomegranate marketing in Neyriz city of Fars province was investigated and its various marketing channels were also evaluated. The results showed...

Author(s): Mahdi Babaei, Elahe Asemani, Saeid Gazmeh, Soheyla Rezazadeh Shamkhal and Ebrahim Shirmohammadi

January 2013

Technology competencies required by secondary school graduates in maintenance, servicing and repairing of electronic machines for agribusiness occupations to minimize wastage

  This study focused on technology competencies required by secondary school graduates in maintenance, servicing and repairing of electronic machines for agribusiness occupations to minimize wastage. Three research questions and three hypotheses guided the study. The study made use of survey and functions of industry designs. It was carried out in Enugu State, Nigeria. The population for the study was 73, made...

Author(s): Olaitan, S. O., Asogwa, V. C. and Abu, Mohammed

January 2013

Economics of farm safety: The Nigerian scenario

  Investing in farm safety is a win-win game. Apart from improving the financial bottom line of a farm business, it increases and improves the labour productivity of farm workers, which in turn improve agricultural sector. Consequently, agricultural accidents place a great burden on the economy resulting in reduced return on investment (ROI) in agriculture and the burden of injuries/illness (BOI) is increased....

Author(s): Olowogbon S. T., Fakayode S. B., Jolaiya A. J. and Adenrele A. Y.

January 2013

The structure of food demand in urban city of Nigeria: An application of a Linearized Almost Ideal Demand System (LA/AIDS)

  Household-level micro data were fitted on Linearized Almost Ideal Demand System (LA/AIDS) model to estimate the structure of starchy, animal protein, plant protein and fatty foods demand in Uyo Metropolis of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Panel data used in this study came from four months household food consumption survey. Thirty responding households were randomly selected for the data collection. Estimates of...

Author(s): E. J. Udoh, E. R. Mbossoh, E. S. Udoh and S. B. Akpan

January 2013

Cotton institutions and perverse incentives for fertilizer traders in Benin

  Agricultural development in Benin is constrained by low productivity mainly due to low use of mineral fertilizers and improved seeds. After more than two decades of the cotton state company’s monopoly, a market liberalization program is being implemented since the 1990s but still fail to meet farmers’ needs for quality fertilizers and efficient supply-chain services. This paper discusses...

Author(s): Barthelemy G. Honfoga

December 2012

Mechanism of poverty incident in agricultural sector of Sudan

The northern states of Sudan, as one of the most important agricultural region, is characterized by low and erratic rainfall and limited arable land. Agriculture in north of the country provides employment for about 2/3 of the population. The last decades witnessed a dramatic deterioration in the contribution of agriculture to the country’s GDP; the agricultural export declined to about 3% in 2007 down from an...

Author(s): Elgilany Ahmed, Jamalludin Sulaiman and Saidatulakmal Mohd

December 2012

Non governmental organizations (NGOS) and beneficiary participation in agricultural development projects

The purpose of this paper was to evaluate the impact of the Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and beneficiary farmer participation in the establishment of agricultural development projects. This study evaluated two districts in different ecological regions for easy comparison. The study also considered the performance of irrigation and livestock projects that have been implemented differently, that is, involving...

Author(s): Portia Ndou

December 2012

Drivers of improved maize variety adoption in drought prone areas of Malawi

This study identifies the determinants of adoption and adoption-intensity of improved maize varieties in Malawi. We estimated a double hurdle model based on household-level survey data collected in the districts of Balaka and Mangochi in 2008 and found that labour endowment, access to rural credit, livestock wealth, access to agricultural extension, farm size and access to off-farm employment all significantly increase...

Author(s): Samson P. Katengeza, Julius H. Mangisoni, Girma T. Kassie, Chloe Sutcliffe, Augustine Langyintuo, Roberto La Rovere and Wilfred Mwangi  

December 2012

Determinants for adoption of information and communications technology (ICT)-based market information services by smallholder farmers and traders in Mayuge District, Uganda

Market access is increasingly relying on Information and communications technologies (ICTs) like telephony and internet that are only adopted haphazardly. Despite need for ICTs in Market Information Services (MIS), ICT usage in Africa is low. Little is known about ICTs for use in MIS including, technology, its potential users and characteristics of both entities. Closing such gaps was justified. The study...

Author(s): Haruna Sekabira, Jackline Bonabana and Narathius Asingwire

December 2012

Factors determining access to formal credit in Ghana: A case study of smallholder farmers in the Abura-Asebu Kwamankese district of central region of Ghana

This study sought to identify factors that limit or increase smallholder farmers’ access to formal credit in the Abura Asebu Kwamankese district of the central region of Ghana. The study was conducted in five towns of the district (that is Abura, Abakrampa, Asebu, Edumfa and Nyamebekyere). Sampled farmers comprised twenty previous credit applicants from each of the five towns. Primary data was collected from both...

Author(s): Dzadze P., Osei Mensah J., Aidoo R. and Nurah G. K.

November 2012

Flooded economy of Pakistan

  The ability to achieve sustainable recovery after a disastrous calamity remains an uphill task for an economy like Pakistan, owing to inefficiencies of the systems and the ineffectiveness of the policies in such economies. The floods in 2010 to 2011 have imposed a substantial adverse impact on the economy. As the effect on various macroeconomic parameters essentially depend on the policy that the government...

Author(s): Syed Shabib ul Hasan and Syed Shahid Zaheer Zaidi

November 2012

Determinants of loan repayment default among farmers in Ghana

  This paper investigates the determinants of loan repayment default among farmers in Brong Ahafo region of Ghana. Data used in this study was gathered through a survey of 374 farmers in five districts within Brong Ahafo region of Ghana. The study employed Probit model to investigate factors that influence farmer’s loan repayment default. The results showed that farm size, and engagement in off-farm...

Author(s): Dadson Awunyo-Vitor

November 2012

Determining the effects of crude oil pollution on crop production using stochastic translog production function in Rivers State, Nigeria

  Effects of crude oil pollution on crop production were determined using stochastic translog production function. Data were collected from 17 local government areas (LGAs) out of 23 LGAs using multistage sampling technique. A total of 296 questionnaires were suitable for analysis. The results showed that the effect of crude oil pollution variables on crop farms reduced the size of farmland (-2.5842),...

Author(s): ThankGod Peter OJIMBA

November 2012

Disclosure of self-assessment tax systems on Malaysian agriculture based industries

  This study examines the weakness issues in tax audits of Agriculture based industries from the perspectives of tax practitioners, with particular reference to the tax audit approach, audit process, and competency, as well as the mindset of government tax auditors in Malaysia. This work is a descriptive study based on 200 respondent surveys, where the majorities (62.5%) were from Kuala Lumpur, 14% from Ipoh,...

Author(s): Choong Kwai Fattand Edward Wong Sek Khin 

October 2012

Climate change and food security in the developing world: Potential of maize and wheat research to expand options for adaptation and mitigation

  Maize and wheat are two of the most important food crops worldwide. Together with rice, they provide 30% of the food calories to 4.5 billion people in almost 100 developing countries.Predictions suggest that climate change will reduce maize production globally by 3 to 10% by 2050 and wheat production in developing countries by 29 to 34%. This will coincide with a substantial increase in demand for...

Author(s): Jon Hellin, Bekele Shiferaw, Jill E. Cairns, Matthew Reynolds, Ivan Ortiz-Monasterio, Marianne Banziger, Kai Sonder and Roberto La Rovere

October 2012

Prevalent agricultural credit system in River Nile State of Sudan

  Agricultural finance in Sudan is considered as one of the main factors affecting food crop production. This study provides an overarch analysis of current trends in financing the main field crops in the public irrigated schemes of the River Nile State (RNS) and analyzes various agricultural credit mechanisms that have been used in the state. It assesses a plausible framework in order to increase agricultural...

Author(s): Elgilany A. Ahmed, Hamid H. M. Faki, Hashim A. Elobeid and Abubkr Hussein

September 2012

Agricultural diversification in the Upper Krishna river basin, India

  Irrigation is essential for assured agricultural yield. Regular water supply to crops along with other inputs goes to a long way in increasing the production and productivity of the agriculture sector. The areas of Maharashtra like Sangli, Satara, Solapur, Vidarba, Marathawada are permanently declared as district which is less than state average. This argument can be proved with the irrigation ratio, as it is...

Author(s): Anna K. Patil

September 2012

Technical efficiency of beekeeping farmers in Tolon-Kumbungu district of Northern region of Ghana

  This paper investigates technical efficiencies of beekeeping farms and their determinants, using stochastic production frontier function, in Tolon-Kumbungu district of Northern region of Ghana. Primary data were collected using a multi-stage sampling technique on 48 respondents. Results show that the mean technical efficiency of the beekeeping farms is 0.894. Most of the respondents are also fairly efficient...

Author(s): Abdulai Abdul-Malik and Abubakari Mohammed

June 2012

Determinants of access to credit in Nigerian agriculture

  This study was carried out in Oyo and Ondo States of South – Western Nigeria to investigate the determinants of households’ access to agricultural production credit under the National Special Programme for Food Security (NSPFS). A multi-stage sampling technique was used to select 600 farmers from 4 ‘local government areas’. Descriptive statistics and probit regression model were used...

Author(s): Oyedele, G. A. and Akintola, J. O.

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