Rice Farming NigeriaAccording to the sources, it has been reported that citing a lack of funding and government’s apparent lukewarm disposition to farming, the Bayelsa State chapter of Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria (RFAN) has sought foreign partners to produce rice in commercial quantity in the state. The chairman of the association Mr Ezekiel-Simeon Ogbianko revealed to the news agency in Yenagoa that the body had acquired over 40,000 hectares of land for rice farming. In this matter, further, it was narrated that we want to launch our website very soon and we need international partners who are professionals in agricultureShanti Agro Industries Pvt. Ltd. to come because the amount of land we acquired is enormous.