Farm coy marks International Day of Families with Agro-Innovation Noiler

Amo Farm Sieberer Hatchery Limited with a commitment to their well-being, providing nutritional protein that curbs stunting in children, malnutrition, and improved well-being.

The company as a way of celebrating its consumers on the 2024 International Day of Families reaffirmed its commitment to support women empowerment initiatives nationwide.

Its Group Managing Director, Dr. Ayoola Oduntan, said the theme of the 2024 International Families Day, “Embracing Diversity, Strengthening Families,” reinforces the need for greater care within the family as a basic units of society, and an opportunity to promote awareness of issues relating to families as well as appropriate action.

The Amo Farm boss pointed out that the company supports families across the country in maintaining their health with its nutritious poultry products, including its agro-innovation, the Noiler Bird, a good source of protein required for the human body.

Noiler is a dual-purpose bird that stems from several years of research and development. It is similar in looks and taste to the native chicken, but is resistant to diseases, and produces four times more eggs and three times more meat.

Its innovation and Amo Farm’s poverty reduction scheme have been extensively documented and reviewed in the prestigious Harvard Business Review publication, and through it, the company has empowered over 1.3 million rural households in the country, with emphasis on women, to boost their income as well as food security.

Recently, Amo Farm supported the launch of the South-west Renewed Hope Initiative (RHI) Women Agricultural Support Programme and Flag-off of the 2024 Ogun State Planting Season with 1,000 Noiler Birds, 100 Bags of 12.5 kg Amo Byng Grower Pellet and 100 packs of Divertamin, a combination of essential nutrients for the Noiler Birds, for 100 women each, as start-up packs for small agribusiness.