2018 Summer - Should society determine the right to farm?

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FPJ1504E - Ogbe Chukwunonso Daniel (2018), Delimiting the right to farm through the instrumentality of the law

FPJ1504E - Ogbe Chukwunonso Daniel (2018), Delimiting the right to farm through the instrumentality of the law, in Farm Policy Journal, vol. 15, no. 4, Summer 2018, pp. 27-30, Surry Hills, Australia.

Nigeria has been in the news on the negative side of late, owing to the violent clashes that erupt occasionally between farmers who eke out a living in cultivating arable farmlands on the one hand; and pastoralist herdsmen who breed cattle within the territorial confines of Nigeria on the other hand. The incessant conflicts between Nigerian farmers and herdsmen, emanating from the grazing of farmlands by cattle, is an instance of the numerous factors responsible for the persistent questions on whether farmers should be granted the prerogative of determining how they are to carry out their farming business; or whether farming should be regulated by third party policy-makers who may not necessarily be farmers.

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