Become a Farmwella Farmer

Farm using our innovative technology, get access for our farm support and equitable market

Why you should become a Farmwella farmer

Over the years, Farmwella has invested in developing small farms monitoring technologies, sustainable smart farming production systems, and equitable marketing systems that are for African agricultural systems.


Our Two-Acre farms help farmers optimize production and profitability. Most vegetable farmers in Nigeria only operate for six months out of the year because of the lack of access to irrigation in the dry season.

Farm Support Services

With the infrastructure provided by our solution, we can ensure that consistent and high-quality crop production continues throughout the year. Season extension alone will greatly increase production capacity

Guaranteed Market

There is a guaranteed market for every vegetable produced through the Two-Acre farm through collaboration with our sister company, Eatwella. The guaranteed market reduces risk and provides the certainty needed to increase productivity and profitability.


Guide to Become a Farmwella Farmer


Indication of Interest

The farmer indicates interest in working in one of the units in the Two-Acre farm(s) by submitting initial application of interest on our website. The application will undergo a review before final approval


Recruitment and Training

Recruitment and training of the potential farmers will be done through the Agribusiness Masterclass. The recruitment would proceed in four stages: application; selection; online training; and onfarm training.


Land/Farm Setup

Farmwella will purchase farmland and set up the farmer’s unit. Thereafter, the farmer will have a rental agreement with Farmwella 



At this stage, successful candidates will be allocated units within the Two-Acre farm and will sign final agreements with Farmwella.

Popular Questions From Farmers

Available inputs will be supplied to Farmwella farmers

Yes, irrigation system will be provided

Yes, the partnership is renewable

Yes, required funds will be provided to Farmwella farmers.

Incomes made from harvesting produce will be paid to farmers.

Farmwella will have to setup all inputs and make available resources to setup your farmland before the farmer get to work

All sister organization like Eatwella, Seyi Potato and others buys all farm produce immediately after harvest.

Transportation and other basic needs will be part of infrastructural rent paid by farmers.

Farmwella will organize educational programs and masterclasses for Farmwella farmers to grow a farm well.

All Farmwella farmers will be required to complete the Agribusiness MasterClass (an official certified course developed through collaboration between Farmwella and Washington State University). Provision of education and training will drastically increase the success and profitability of the farming operation.
All produce from the Two-Acre farm will be marketed through colaboration with our sister company, Eatwella. Without business education and an understanding of fluid market systems, farmers often drastically undersell their product. Farmwella helps farmers maximize profit through a unique collaboration system as well as guarantee minimum price offering by Eatwella. This collaboration creates a stable market for farmers and allows Eatwella to market the Farmwella harvest as premium produce. Eatwella’s ability as a corporate organization to package, ship, and market a product far exceeds the ability of individual farmers. This marketing system will remove the weight of marketing and selling from the farmers’ shoulders, allowing farmers to focus on maximizing the yield, quality, and productivity of their farm.
Not all typical Nigerian farmers can afford the rent but ALL Farmwella’s farmers can. Our pricing system is based on experiences gathered from the existing Two-Acre farms. We developed the pricing in such a way that the farmers can start making profit within three months of operation on the Two-Acre farm. Each farmer will be paying an average of $65 per month while making an average profit of $647 per production cycle (three months). More than 60% of smallholder farmers in Africa makes about $2 per day while a starting Farmwella farmer makes $7 per day even under worst case scenario. The combination of the farm infrastructure, on-farm physical and technological monitoring, and a guaranteed market system creates improved productivity and profitability uncommon in Nigeria, but, it is also designed to be affordable for farmers.