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The Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai has said that Nigerian Army has sent soldiers to learn cattle rearing skills in Argentina in keeping up with modern cattle rearing tradition.
He said Nigerian Army will establish cattle ranches in such a manner that in almost all the divisions, and all the brigades, cattle will be reared.
Mr. Buratai, who was represented by the Chief of Army Logistics, Major General Patrick Akem, stated this on Tuesday at the Commissioning of Mogadishu Cantonment New Mammy Market (former Abacha Barracks), Abuja.
“Argentina has a population of 41 million people, but it feeds about 400 million people around the world with its beef.
To take it to the next level, we want to adopt a system where the cattle are not just free ranging coming from Sokoto to Port Harcourt, thereby making their meat tough to eat, the products will soon be coming from our own farms and ranches,” Mr. Buratai said.
He noted that he has created the Barrack Investment Initiative as platform that affords Army family members the opportunity of raising up fishing ponds, vegetable gardens, fruits, livestock, chicken and their eggs.