This report gives a look of the structure of agricultural activities in the Nigeria in 1993/1994. The three principal objectives of the Census were (a) To provide structural data on Agriculture in Nigeria mostly on those aspects that. do not change frequently. In the context of this Census agriculcure has been defined to include crop production (temporary and permanent), livestock rearing, keeping of poultry, and fishing and forestry. (b) To obtain the socio-economic activities, health and educational status, detailed demographic and housing status formation on households, household heads and household members. This would provide Local Government Areas with baseline statistics. (C) To obtain production figures at the state level. The Census was in two phases the first. was to meet its first two objectives while the second phase was to meet its third objective. This report deals only with the phase 1 of the Census.
Size of Holdings
Number of Holdings
Percentage of Households: with Sole Ownership, Engaged in Crop Farming, Engaged in Livestock Farming, Engaged in Fishing, Engaged in Forestry, with Owner-like Tenure, with Rental-like Tenure, with No Access to Credit, With Credit from Banks, Female Holders, by Age, Using Chemical Fertilizer, Average Number of Livestock, with No Secondary Occupation