EHO WOZA FARMER DOMA is a agriculture farm and animals rearing dedicated to the production of food and poultry . EHO WOZA FARMER DOMA has been formed as an sole proprietorship, located outsiden of Doma , nasarawa State. EHO WOZA FARMER Doma agriculture farming is working hard to become a leading producer of agriculture food items plants and animals for the natural supplement industry as well as plant nurseries. By leveraging a well thought out business plan executed by a skilled management team, EHO WOZA FARMERS DOMA will generate over naira # 3,000,000 in 2 years sales. EHO WOZA FARMER DOMA Poultry farming is one of the lucrative agricultural ventures in Nigeria particularly in Doma Local Government Area and the Federal Capital Territory Abuja, where thousands of tons of poultry, birds particular broilers is being consumed on daily basis. The farm and its activities will be located and carried out in Doma L.G.A and its environs. The proposed poultry farm would have equity of N2,000,000 of her own while , sum of N2,259,000 to invest in poultry farm business Thinking about this experience later, I realized there is still much to do truly in the area of revamping the image of agriculture in Nigeria to attract young people, for us to be able to feed our expanding population. And this is a crusade some young Nigerians – myself inclusive – have embarked on for some time. Admittedly, it is not going to be an easy task, to undo the negative perception that has probably built up over decades. But the adventures and personal stories of many young people in agriculture – among which I have shared elsewhere – indicate that it can be done if approached the right way and with the right mindset. The image of agriculture can be successfully polished and made to shine in the eyes of the youth to attract them to come invest their abilities. All that is needed is to make young people increasingly aware of the goldmine they are neglecting by showing them more and more of these success stories, and advocating for support of the willing ones by stakeholders such as governments, research institutes and international development organizations. This is what platforms – like some NGOS and government are currently doing, and this is what we hope to keep doing till agriculture takes its rightful place as a viable and appeling profession in the hearts of the youth.