About Us

Irufadeo has been cultivating hops using sustainable growing practices since 2008. We have grown over a dozen varieties of hops and continue to search for cultivars ideal for growing in our climate and region.  Our current list of hops varieties planted include: Cascade, Chinook, Newport and Brewers Gold.  With over a half acre of hops, we are able to hand pick, dry, and process in small batches to ensure maximum freshness and quality.

In addition to dried whole cone hops, we are capable of providing wet hops, fresh off the vine (less than 24 hrs), for those interested in wet hop brewing. Additionally, each spring when we cut our hops back to promote a proper growing season, we have a limited quantity of hops shoots available for purchase. 

Our Goal

To ProvideThe Highest Quality
Farm Products and Services.

To promote agroecological principles and rural entrepreneurship through capacity development and South-South exchange of quality farmer-to-farmer training videos in local languages.

Improved rural livelihoods and sustainable food systems in the global South.Agricultural advisory services in developing countries face many challenges, one of which is to respond meaningfully to farmers’ diverse demands for advice on crop, livestock, fish, processing, business, finance and marketing issues. 

 

Our Discovery

The big thing about urban agriculture in particular is how to make the best use out of what is often very limited farm space. Urban farms can by nature be quite small, and could literally just be an outdoor traditional community garden. However they can still be very valuable, offering an environmentally controlled, self-contained pod. Sometimes they may even be stacked on top of each other – known as vertical farming. And despite the relatively small size, yields from vertical farming can be around ten times more efficient than traditional agriculture. Although vertical farming doesn’t promise to turn the way we farm on its head, it can make huge strides in efficient, productive farming methods.

Traditional farmers could learn a lot from vertical farmers in their design and building structures, making the most of smart design to increase yield and reduce waste.

As the world’s population continues to grow and take up more room, efficiencies in space and farming practices will become all the more essential for feeding ourselves. Unfortunately, no matter how intelligently we design and how high we build, humans are having a massive effect on the environment. Only the continuation of technical advancement in this sector can see us having any chance of keeping up with our own agricultural demands in future.

Our Mission

To improve rural livelihoods and sustainable food systems in the global South. Agricultural advisory services in developing countries face many challenges, one of which is to respond meaningfully to farmers’ diverse demands for advice on crop, livestock, fish, processing, business, finance and marketing issues. 

Grown With Love on Our Farms

The key lies in empowering millions of smallholder producers and landless workers who form the backbone of rural economics in most developing countries to grow their income and improve their livelihoods by raising agricultural productivity and engaging in markets.

Paul .O. Njoku

C.E.O Irufadeo

The Daunfarm Team

Jane Wilson

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Laura Kyle

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Daniel Oscar

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