Indigo Africa hosted a Catfish Farming Seminar in Keffi, Nigeria where it launched its range of catfish feeds. The event drew fish farmers and distributors of feed and fish food, as well as officials from relevant government ministries. The distinguished panel of experts included the following: Willy and Marvelous from Indigo Africa gave insight into […]
Book Your Seat There are so many questions surrounding catfish farming in Nigeria, some of which are; Is catfish farming profitable? Is there a market for catfish farming? Do I need a huge sum of money to start catfish farming? Have you also been asking these questions and contemplating if you should dive into catfish […]
Indigo receives a delegation from the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development
We received a delegation from the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, led by the Honorable Minister, Sadiya Umar Farouq The agenda was, ‘Using fish farming as a vehicle to lift Nigerians out of poverty’. Exciting times ahead!
Our Chief Impact Officer shares insight on the new Aquaculture and Agroforestry R&D Center developed in Suleja
In the news. Our Chief Impact Officer discusses the impact the Aquaculture and Agroforestry R&D Center would have on the local community and neighboring towns. ‘Bringing about agriculture trade stimulation and socio-economic development through training and empowering women and youth.’ The project aims to help smallholder fish farmers gain access to novel fish production infrastructure, […]
Indigo signs memorandum of understanding (MOU) with United Fish Farmers, Producers, Processors, and Marketers Association.
In furtherance of its mandate of the development of the fish value chain, Indigo has put ink to paper with United Fish Farmers Association to train its members in fish production while providing the requisite access to finance in form of inputs (fingerlings and feeds) for optimal fish production. Executive Vice Chairman & Chief Impact […]