2019 Updated Cassava Farming and Industrial Product Processing Businessplan and feasibility Study
Cassava in Nigeria is very important crop with so many productive advantages. Any farmer with land can venture into this less labour in farming and high in production value.
Here at businessplannig.com.ng we made a feasibility study on cassava farming and the production of Industrial cassava starch, good packaged garri, this businessplan well researched and updated will guide any farmer with the intention of venturing into cassava farming process and industrial starch production.
CASSAVA PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA
Currently, in Nigeria cassava production is saturated, because is not sufficiently processed into many raw materials, this is total abandonment of the production sector.
With this cassava farming updated businessplan the farmer will know the choice of land in growing cassava, the variety to choose, and good recommended planting season.
Cassava planting season in Nigeria according to general practice of planting cassava is in April and can be extended also to October. For other part of West Africa, Planting should be done as soon as the rains become steady in your area. This varies from March to November in the rain forest, April to August in the derived savanna, May to July in the Southern Guinea savanna (SGS) and July to August in the Northern Guinea savanna (NGS).
Planting Cassava can either be done in the morning or late afternoon when the sun is down to prevent excessive heat on the crop.
Cassava Farming and Industrial Product Processing Businessplan and feasibility Study
CHAPTER ONE: CASSAVA PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA
Growing Cassava in Nigeria
Fertilizer Rate and Time of Application
Management of Pests and Diseases
CHAPTER TWO: ANALYSIS OF THE PROCESSING INDUSTRY IN CASSAVA PRODUCTION
Cassava Varieties and Industrial Processing
Types of Processed Cassava Products and Methods of Processing
Livestock Feed From Cassava
List of Cassava Processing Equipment
Prices of Some Processing Equipment
Job Description and Organizational Payment Structure
CHAPTER THREE: INDUSTRIAL CASSAVA STARCH PRODUCTION
Machinery and Equipment
Total Initial Capital Investment
CHAPTER FOUR: MARKETING ASPECT OF CASSAVA PRODUCTION
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DIFFERENT PRODUCTS FROM CASSAVA FARMING AND MARKET DEMAND
Cassava as an important crop has both Food-base products and Industrial products.
Here at businessplannig.com.ng, our Feasibility study will expose the farmer to different cassava products, both Food-base products and Industrial products and their method of processing. Products like: Garri, Fufu, Lafun, Tapioca, Kpokpogari, Cassava flour, Ethanol, Starch. Some Livestock feed from cassava like cassava chips, broken roots, pellets etc.
Cassava starch has a high demand in Nigeria, Industries like textile, paper and packaging, pharmaceuticals, oil drilling, chemicals and house hold products battery, drinks and beverages, gum and adhesive, foods etc.
In a bit to reduce importation dependency in Nigeria and Africa, cassava farming is a good venture and its easy and less stressful, it has a good and demanding products for today’s market.
An experienced manager should be employed to oversee the business of the company. It is also advisable to use an experienced engineer / operator for the handling of the machines. We also inform you that the accountant can also assume the role of a secretary at the beginning. It’s good to have competent people who manage the company’s account. This structure could be improved as the business grows.
businessplannig.com.ng feasibility study will also throw more light on management
The company’s management will ensure that all operational facilities are maintained efficiently and on time. In addition, the funds are carefully managed and distributed, especially in the areas of marketing, product distribution and purchase of the necessary equipment.
With proper implementation, effective and prudent management, the company will achieve more than the benefits provided for in the plan.
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