Our farm partnership program is designed to enable those who have lands that is above 5hecaters in Anambra, Bayelsa, Rivers, Ebonyi, Imo, Ondo, Cross River, Delta, Akwa-Ibom, Ekiti, Kogi, Taraba, Niger and Edo State to partner with us.
All we need is your land, CAPFIS will clear it, plough it and use it to produce Cassava for a period of 5years only. At the end, we would harvest and commercialize the farm output.
It is the responsibility of the partner to engage the community in peaceful dialogue to keep the farm, equipment and the workers safe. Failure to do so may threaten the partnership agreement.
Our sharing formulae is 25% to the owner of the land, and 75% to CAPFIS.
What is a farm partnership?
A farm partnership prevails when two or more people co-own an agricultural venture through an oral or written agreement. Although an oral agreement is binding, signing a written farm partnership agreement helps the partners avoid complications in future relationships. Apart from enhancing conformity to the Uniform Partnership Act -- that is, general regulations for partnerships -- a written farm partnership agreement provides room for tailoring its legal framework to suit the specific circumstances of the partners.