Our Focus:

Quality Products

We embed quality at the core of our planting processes

Technology Driven

Purely mechanized farming driven by innovation and experts

Sustainable Practices

We follow global practices & ecofriendly standards

Osode Farms

Osode farms is an agro-allied farm business that was launched in 2015. Born out of the need to utilize open fields to satisfy the ever rising demand and quality for agro processing companies and also in order to provide a real source of income and provide employment for the nation.

Our 100 (Hundred Hectares) of farmland is located along Iseyin-Ibadan expressway, Opadere village, off Seraphim road in Iseyin, Oyo State. We grow a variety of farm fresh produce as well as fruits and vegetables.

As one of the leading innovators of greenhouse farming in Nigeria, we are now more than ever, passionate about and more committed to providing healthy and quality farm fresh produce at affordable prices for agro processing companies.

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Other Services

We also provide an array of services and create opportunities for farmers and farm entrepreneurs to help them develop and succeed in their farm business.

Market Research

We carry out comprehensive market research and analysis and follow up to date trends to boost output.

Land Management

We optimize land usage by improving tilling, clearing, fertilizing, irrigation, and harvesting techniques.

Quality Grading

Because we understand quality, we help to select products that meets industry specifications.

Biocide Services

We apply or supply herbicides and pesticides to farmlands; this includes cropdusting services.

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Our Vision:

To be the best producer of food crops, by transforming the business of farming into a sustainable, diverse, dynamic and profitable enterprise that can aid in contributing significantly to the national gross domestic product.

Our Mision:

To produce food crops of a high quality with keen efficiency in order to contribute effectively to societal development and nation building.

Our objectives

To utilize 100 hectares of land acquired to establish and produce different types of crops in a controlled environment... View More

  • To produce quality crop suitable for both domestic and global markets.

  • To take full advantage of agricultural mechanization & technology to pioneer innovative agricultural products.

  • To differentiate our service by offering excellent and professional customer service whilst maintaining good employee relations.

  • To integrate operational and management processes so as to promote environmental care and sustainability. View More

what our customers say

Osode Farms displays a rich corporate culture which encourages all of us working with them to show love, be friendly, acquire knowledge, respect and practice honesty on the farm.

Tope - Employee

We have been doing business with Osode farms now for about 2years. They have provided excellent service and supply us quality fruits and vegetables that are timely to meet our market demand.

Mrs Adegoke - Customer

We wanted to work with people who truly know the farm and agriculture business. The dedicated team at Osode Farms knows farming and are there to help every step of the way to ensure we get maximum output.

Alhaji Abubakar - Rima Farms
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Our Philosophy

Quality crops for the Global and Domestic Markets.

At osode farms, we believe that by taking care of our employees, land, and producing quality agricultural products, we are helping to create a food system that is better for everyone as well as contribute our quota to national building..

We employ 50 people year-round across our value chain and have multiple low income families working at our farm whom we have empowered and help improved the quality of lives.

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latest News

Agriculture will reduce poverty in Nigeria.

Professor Adeolu Ayanwale of Obafemi Awolowo University

Posted On: Oct 22, 2018 Read More

Best Livestock Farming Practices to Adopt.

Livestock farming is one of most sustainable means of food.

Posted On: Mar 06, 2018 Read More