Ihunbo is a developing community within the Ipokia Local Government Area of Ogun State in the Southwestern part of Nigeria. It has an estimated land area of 45,000,000 square meters. There are sub-villages within the Ihunbo community and the religion practiced is a mix of Christianity, Islam and Idol worshipping. The Men are predominantly farmers and the women are majorly traders (while some of women help their husbands on the farms). The main crops cultivated in Ihunbo are Teak trees, oil palm, cashew, cassava, cocoa yam, and vegetables. Ihunbo is a peaceful community and the inhabitants are very friendly and accommodating. There is also a large presence of the Nigerian military, Nigerian police, Nigerian custom, Nigerian immigration officers and border patrol officers given its close proximity to the Nigerian/Cotonou border.
Our Ihunbo Project is on 1000 acres of arable land and is expected to produce a total of 12,000 tons of raw cassava tubers at the end of the season. There would be additional facilities on the farm such as: A cassava chips processing factory, an administrative block/farm-house, a tractor garage, a mechanical workshop, and a training center. The newly acquired Ihunbo farm has a Certificate of Occupancy from the Ogun State Government and we expect to start cultivation by the third quarter of 2023.
There are several benefits to owning a farm with Greenhills Cassava Farmstead, however, what makes Ihunbo stand out is its proximity to the state capital and the enabling infrastructure around the farm. The value of farmland in this area appreciates significantly compared to other farm locations in the state. When you purchase a farm lot at Ihunbo you stand to benefit:
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