“USDA Farm Loan Programs”
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  • Sobo Abdul-Lateef Jabir said on July 6, 2014
    Sobo Abdul-Lateef Jabir from Wa in the Upper West Region of Ghana, West Africa. At the moment, I have about 15 goats, 23 sheep, 67 rabbits, 172 Guinea fowls and 20 chicken on an 18 acre piece of land at my country home as a sample. I am an teacher with the Ghana Education Service. I have seen that livestock farming could be so rewarding and meaningful to the community I leave in and Ghana as a whole. I would want to know how you can fund my project in this far part of the world. There is enough potential and underutilized land that can be used for the project. Should you want more details, please do not hesitate to contact me.
  • Sobo Abdul-Lateef Jabir said on July 6, 2014
    Wa is the capital town of the Upper West Region of Ghana. it is the youngest and the smallest Region in Ghana. it is found in the northern part of Ghana sharing border with Boukina Faso.
  • ROSE OMALE said on July 7, 2014
    Am Rose lagos nig I've a dream of becoming d most success woman in cassava farming I don't know how USAD can't be of help by actualizing my dreams through training of starting frm scratch and loan to acquire my farmland. thank you very much hope hearing frm u soonest
  • Babatunde Oni said on July 11, 2014
    I want to know if I can benefit from USDA loan program, I have about four acres of Farmland in Osun state Nigeria, I intends to plant cocoa and other cash crop because about an acre of the farmland already contains cocoa, waiting to hear from you soon. Thanks.
  • Gabriel temidayo said on July 12, 2014
    This is an interesting programe by the USDA I shall like I benefit from this programe.
  • Bekilo Poultry & Agric (WA) Ltd said on July 12, 2014
    We are setting up 1) Piggery 2)Poultry And 3) FeedMills
  • Solomon Nnamdi said on July 14, 2014
    my name is Solomon Nnamdi Eke-osih. I was trained by NYSC/MDG WAP in poultry and plantain plantation multiplication. I hail from Ebonyi state. I have my poultry farm in anambra state though the land is on lease. My farm has 400 birds capacity but my financial strength carries 200 broiler. I need the loan so as to increase production and diversify into plantain multiplication. Thanks a lot.
  • Stephen Maingi said on July 30, 2014
    I have a 3/4 family land of which I would like to grow strawberries and dairy farming and I have a dairy cow producing about 20kgs of milk daily, so would wish to request for a loan so as to increase the production
  • Numbu Frederic said on August 2, 2014
    Sir, I am a Cameroonian and a civil servant. I have four hectares of land and I had always dream of planting palms to produce oil. for now with the limited resource I have opened just one hectare and the project is weighing me down. Please help me see my dream come true through the USDA loan program. while waiting to hear from you God Bless. thanks
  • Vivian said on August 20, 2014
    I am vivian from kenya. i need a loan from USDA to improve my horticulture.
  • Glen Edward T. Dell PIlar said on August 21, 2014
    Hi, my name is Glen Edward T. Del Pilar From San Vicente Camarines Norte Philippines. I been working in my Grand Parents coconut farm at the age of 7. I also learn how to raise swine, goat, cows, and poultry by experience. Right now we inherited 1.75 hectare of land and I want to cultivate and convert it into an Integrated organic farm. I also want it to become an agri-tourism spot where students, tourist and the locals can visit and be taught(hands-on)on organic farming practices. Right now I am looking for any assistance that would start my Organic business here in the philippines. How can I avail of the USDA loan program? Is it available in the philippines? Please send me details on how to avail the loan. Thank you.
  • M.MOHSIN SHAFIQ said on August 22, 2014
    Faisalabad,punjab,Pakistn. It is my desire to establish a goat farm. I have completed my l.a.d degree from university of agriculture faisal abad Pakistan. I want a chance to prove myself in the field of goat farming. I will be thankful to you.
  • joe Hategekimana said on September 2, 2014
    Hi! I am a water treatment plant operator and I own a 7 Ha land where I have small diary cows. Could help me to get a loan to buy a tractor and its implements that will allow me to grow corn and soja to feed my cows for a better productivity? my farm is located in Gahengeri 40 km from Kigali Rwanda. Please send me any details that will help me with USDA loan
  • Ekene Johnson Ibe said on September 5, 2014
    My name is ekene Johnson ibe ,a recent university graduate and I am into poultry farming in a small scale(253birds)at the outskirts of Abuja .I have a piece of farm land in my name. But I need money to expand the business. Please how can I get a loan, with collateral. Thank you
  • Peter muliyunda said on September 17, 2014
    I am peter muliyunda a retired civil servant in the ministry of agriculture in kapirimposhi district central province of zambia and posses a college diploma in animal husbandry. I have a 5 hactare small holding close to the towncenter Due to great demand for pork, broilers, and eggs I wish to scale up my poultry and pig production enterprise. I will be very if i am assisted with a USDA farm loan to achieve this
  • kenny said on September 17, 2014
    Pls I reside in benin, I am into catfish 4 months now and will wish to expand. pls, am I entitled for any loan and if yes how do I start the process. thanks
  • Openji Eddy said on September 20, 2014
    Eddy from uganda, Nebbi on a 50acred land wishes along the nile, wishes to get a USDA loan to construct a five acre
  • Salihu Sadiku said on October 19, 2014
    I am a system administrator from Lagos, Nigeria. I will like to start cassava farming project and to establish Garri(cassava flakes)processing plant for profit and to create employment. I am handicapped to capital management problem. I want USDA to help me with a loan to fulfil my dream. Am currently training on Garri processing.
  • tosan binitie said on October 31, 2014
    hello my name is tosan binitie. i have just starteda farm in egba edo state. i am interested in pepper farming and have started with 4hecters. i wish to advice funding so that i can optimize my prospects and increase my knowledge of pepper farming. i am also interested in exportation opportunities. please any useful information advice and contacts will be appreciated. thanks qnd i hope to hear from you.
  • Faith Adekemi Ikechukwu said on November 27, 2014
    Am less than two years in animal farm business and I desire to expand by moving into rearing of pigs. please sir/ma I don't mind this loan we are talking about, thank you all and God bless you
  • aldrin oraa said on December 3, 2014
    I'm mr aldrin oraa need and additional capital for my business, fish cage and live fish product here in palawan, Philippines, oadvise me about USDA. Willing for your advice regarding this matter..
  • Akapelwa Wakung'uma said on December 10, 2014
    Hi,am Akapelwa Wakung,uma and am keeping large white pigs in Limulunga district here in Zambia.i want to know if i can benefit from USDA loan program so that i can build structures and and equipment so that i can producing sausages and other pig products. I have been in the business for two years and i have all the experience to move this project forward which would be for the benefit of the locals and the government in terms of job creation and contribute to the national economy.Please tell me how i can get funds on priority. Your quick reply on this matter will be highly appreciated. Regards AKAPELWA WAKUNG'UMA
  • Bola Animashaun said on December 15, 2014
    Its my pleasure to contact your agency for agricultural loan to migrate into mechanized farming on food crops and animal husbandry in south-west in Nigeria for massive productivity of foods for food security in Africa sub-region. Am Bola Animashaun a cash crops farmer in Nigeria and am ready to attend your borrower training of your agency for my qualification. Please contact me through my email for more details about myself.
  • Ernestina Acquah said on January 7, 2015
    I have a broiler farm with 500 birds, four empty fish cages and 10 pigs. I would be grateful if a loan is facilitated to enhance my operations especially feeds and fingerlings procurement
  • collins said on January 7, 2015
    Hi, I've installed feed processing plant to produce feed for fish and poultry. The fish feed plant processes between 8 - 16 metric tons per day and the poultry feed plant produces 50 - 100 tons per day. The problem now is capital to purchase raw materials. I am unable to access credit in Ghana due to high cost of credit. I would therefore appreciate a loan facility from you to enable us operate at a cheaper cost. Thank you
  • Yusuf said on January 7, 2015
    I am a Nigeria living in the Western part of the country called Akure, ondo state. Currently I'm unemployed but I have a small piece of land on which I am doing some vegetables, rearing birds, rabbits, and pig. My aim is to get into fish farming. Your loan would be of a great help.
  • Nicholas Ojwando said on January 11, 2015
    Hi, I am Nicholas Ojwando, from Kisumu County, Kenya and am looking for a loan to scale up vegetable and poultry farming which I recently started. I have also planted 7,000 South African eucalyptus trees and would like to up scale to 15,000 trees. Your quick response will be appreciated. Warm regards Nicholas
  • Azizi msigwa said on March 9, 2015
    Hi am azizi msigwa am horticulturist by perfection also am engaging my self in horticultural production nw am managing to have two acre under drip irrigation but still I want to build my own green house for father expansion of my project so I request for support from USAID
  • Lester MM said on March 19, 2015
    I have a 2.2 hectare land the the Philippines for poultry. I have a plan to construct 4 CCS poultry with a total production capacity of 144,000 chickens per grow. I hope to receive a grant from USDA in order for my plans to happen.
  • Larry Holthy said on March 25, 2015
    I am agric entrepreneur and funding my project has been hectic for a very long time. Pls how can i access the USDA loan in my country, Nigeria. I awaits your early response, please. Thanks.
  • emmanuel opoku asare said on April 9, 2015
    I am Emmanuel opoku Asare from Ghana and started building 16 pigsty [rooms] on my one acre land but due to financial difficulties i did complete, please i need a loan from your outfit counting on your co-operation looking forward to receive feedback soon. Thanks
  • olufunke dada said on April 14, 2015
    I am Olufunke Dada, Am Into cat fish farming in Lagos Nigeria. Please can I benefit from the USDA loan too? Thanks
  • harold williams said on April 14, 2015
    I am a small time farmer growing veg and running a small poultry with 25 chickens in awoyaya lagos state nigeria and am looking for funding to expand the farm and poultry. please help me. thank you
  • Habimana Emmanuel said on April 20, 2015
    I am a trained farmer and looking forward to do a duck farm in Rwanda more particular in Southern province (Kamonyi district). It will need around US$ 20 to 30K. Thanks
  • Collean Moonga said on May 5, 2015
    My business is located in mumbwa central province, Zambia. our core business is farming, livestock and poultry.
  • Jess S.Lebanan said on May 6, 2015
    I'm on farming venture for almost 10 yrs.with a varied upland plantations At my own 8-hec.land but could not maximize productivity due to financial constrains, to be honest with...I wanted to venture into hog raising within my said farm but this would entails huge financing to have it more productive, since this is the most lucrative farm endeavor here in the Philippines now a days considering that we are FMD free country in ASIA. I'll appreciate it very much f USDA could extend assistance on this project. GOD BLESS!! JESS S.LEBANAN ,Tel.083-228-3962 mobile.-09215604870
  • Gert De Bruin said on May 21, 2015
    Hi, my name is Gert De Bruin I live in south Africa and need a loan to start farming on my own . I farmed for the family trust for the last 5 jears but my father got mentally ill and sold every thing .I need a loan/Grant off $1600,000.00 USD to bay a farm and get it up and running. I did it before and will do it again but I need help . Please can I get help from USDA loan program
  • Bernadette Aoko Weya said on June 21, 2015
    Am doing dairy, poultry and goat farming in Siaya county Karemo Division, Mur Malanga location. My project has only two dairy animals 2 goat and 35 poultry. I am interested in expanding but I lack enough capital. Plz help me so that I get to achieve my goal in farming
  • Owolabi, Caleb Ayorinde said on June 21, 2015
    Please i want to know if i can access USDA loan programme to help in developing my cassava farm, cow and cat fish farms. The farm is located at Fiditi in AFIJIO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA of OYO STATE. I was the best fish farmer in 2011 as assessed by Central Bank of Nigeria. I look forward to hear from you before the cassava planting season is over
  • Tunde Alarape said on July 3, 2015
    My farm is at Adiyan Pig Village, Oke-Aro, Ogun state, Nigeria. I can do better with just 10,000 US DOLLARS
  • ifeoma sweet said on July 4, 2015
    I'm in my second year as an animal scientist in the university of benin , nigeria. I need to start up a farm..Mainly poultry?, aquaculture, snailery and possible feed mill.. I have nothing at all financially but I have got great ideas...I sincerely need USDA'S help.
  • Stephen Kiguru said on July 15, 2015
    Hi, i am from Kenya kiambu county. Currently am a farmer in dairy, poultry and agriculture. I would wish to be associated with your agencies for training and support in farming and better markets. Kind regards Stephen.
  • Stephen Kiguru said on July 15, 2015
    My farming business is in Kenya, central province, kiambu county.
  • Ikechukwu Geodon chukwu said on July 18, 2015
    I the Director, Divine fish farmers mult purpose limited located at igbeagu in izzi local government area of Ebonyi state -Nigeria, we are into fishery farming which we have about 2000 pics as of now so we are writing to USDA farm loan for financial assistance for the expansion of our fishery farm and for the procurement of feed processing machine to enable us to produce feed for both fishery, pigery and poultry, I as the Director of the above mentioned company hereby promised to return back any loan given to us within one year.
  • David Aldra Saaka said on August 18, 2015
    I am from Ghana in the west Africa. I have a small pig farm which I will like to commercialize. I need your support please
  • MY LADY ROSE CONOL DOMINGO said on August 20, 2015
    I am operating my own catfish farm in Davao City, Philippines. I do breed, grow and sell live African catfish. I want to acquire a loan grant from USDA to increase my farm yields. I need to know how can I be assisted to get this funding. Our market demands is increasing and I lack financial capital. Wish to hear from this office soonest.
  • olumuyiwa ayo said on August 21, 2015
    am a cassava and maize farmer, presently i have 10 acre of cassava to be ready for harvest by next year january and presently working on 4 acre of cassava and plantain farm in Ore ondo state. Finding has been major set back for me because my focus is to buy Garri processing machine. What should i need in other to benefit from usda loan.
  • Adeoti Grace said on September 6, 2015
    My name is Grace Adeoti, I love farming. Farming has been my dream since childhood. I stated poultry framing at young age of 10yrs under d supervision of my num. I got 150 birds layers as a birthday gift due to d passion I had for farming. I was able to take care of d birds n get eggs for sale. This I did till I went iro boarding school with my mum's guidance. I couldn't continue because I was a boarding house student. After I graduated from the higher institution, I have tried a couple of times to get a good bird farm. Money has been my problem to start off fine. I could only practice my passion on a very small scale of ten to 20 birds. I need u to please help finance my dream of becoming a large scale bird farmer. I will be glad if you can be of help. I practice my farming in Ilorin, kwara state, Nigeria. Would be glad if I can get the USDA
  • Habibullah said on September 6, 2015
    I have Small poultry & fish farm in my own land. I need fund for extend farm. I have available land. Can i have loan from you. Habibullah, Sherpur,Bangladesh
  • Gouranga Halder said on September 19, 2015
    I have 5 acre land with a small goat farm, west Bengal, now I want to increase my goat farm but I do not have money, please help me how can I get fund from USDA farm loan program.
  • Mohammed Mwasya said on October 25, 2015
    I have a nine acre farm and would like to do passion fruit farming on 5 acres of the land. The land is situated in kikoneni, Kwale county. I am seeking for funding to sink a borehole which will provide water during the dry season.
  • Lanre Babatunde F said on November 4, 2015
    My name is Lanre from Ekiti State in Nigeria. In the month of august, i started a plantain plantation, inter cropped with pineapple & watermelon on an hectare of land in Ekiti state. I just gotten another. 10 hectares in order 2 expand my agric business. Please, how can I access the USDA loan in Nigeria in order to aid the expansion? Thanking you in anticipation of your cooperation.
  • Satiya Nadan said on November 9, 2015
    I would like to inquire about this loan programme. Can this AID given to people living in overseas.
  • Ambreen said on November 24, 2015
    I need urgent financial support please help me immediately I live in Karachi Pakistan few months before my baby is in ventilator and I start my business pathological lab my baby is in ventilator two months I can't go lab lab in charge take me fraud I lost my business I can borrow someone money I return back also and buy home in my kids to save my kids future I need urgent financial support 200000$ dollars my contact number is +9203402109583 and email address is ambreen.naveed21@gmail.com please save my respect I am female
  • Christian Anokye said on April 19, 2016
    Hello I'm Anokye from Ghana Kumasi Ashanti region. I'm a maize farmer for about five years but want to switch to cocoa farming but i don't have capital to start so i need a financial support. So can you assist me with your loan project.
  • Boatri Gabriel EC said on April 21, 2016
    Am a teacher interested vegetable farming. How can i get funding from USDA am in Ghana,Eastern Region
  • DR.A.K.M.MUSLEM UDDIN said on June 21, 2016
    Hi!I am Dr.A.K.M.Muslem Uddin, from Bangladesh.I have a Fishery Project at Netrokona in the northern part of Bangladesh.Besides the Dhaka Netrokona highway, It is 120 km away from the capital city Dhaka. Area of the Project is 12.00 Acre within a single boundary.Including electricity and infra structures of all facilities are available within the campus. TILAPIA,PANGUS,CATFISH are its main product.But on the way to run the business just I stuck due to fund crisis.It's a very lucrative project.By this time I am also thinking to expand the project through making Hatchery and "Rice seed production" following acquire 35 Acre Land adjacent to the project.I think it will be a very much profitable business in future. But in this regard I need to enter in your USDA Loan program with the requirements of $2.00m(US Dollars Two million) . Would you please tell me whether I may get this loan or not?If it is positive what would be the next procedure. I am looking forward to receive the sympathetic response from your end.
  • aka said on January 30, 2017
    am in pig farming in the limulunga district of western province of Zambia. I'm doing it on a small scale because of financial constraints thus am requesting for your assistance to boost my project as I have seen that the is potential of this business to be successful. I also want to find out how I can access USDA loans here in Zambia
  • Isaac Tetteh said on October 22, 2017
    I am a startup farmer, focusing on corn currently on a 2 acres scale located in Ghana - West Africa I need $2000 loan to expand my farm. The money will be used to acquire more land, buy farm inputs and hire extra labor. Thank you
  • ADEWOYE SAMUEL A said on August 24, 2018


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