Two dead, more than 100 houses, agricultural products destroyed as rain wreaks havoc in Zamfara

Heavy downpours in Gidan Kaura village in Rijiya district of Gusau local government area in Zamfara state caused the death of two (2) people, more than 100 houses collapsed and millions of naira agricultural products have been destroyed in the region.

Two people have been found to have lost their lives after being swept away by flooding from torrential rains that lasted for around five hours on Saturday night.

Confirming the incident today, Rijiya Mallam District Chief Umar Ibrahim revealed that scores of people were left homeless as properties worth millions of naira, including agricultural produce, were destroyed.

“It was a terrible experience that we witnessed, a heavy downpour occurred in the village of Gidan Kaura where 2 people died, many were left homeless as a result of the flood.”

The district chief lamented that in the city of Rijiya, more than 100 houses collapsed as a result of torrential rains and that properties, including agricultural products, were destroyed.

Mallam Umar said that many people from the communities of Gidan Kaura have now fled to their neighboring villages for fear of further flooding in the area.

The district chief called on the emirate of Gusau and the local government council to come to their aid and build a road from Gusau to the town of Rijiya in the state.

He explained that the project was awarded and started by the previous administration but was abandoned by the contractor.

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Downstairs at The Dancing Goat, they sell their own farm produce

You never would have imagined that you would stumble upon a farm right in the middle of a neighborhood, but just outside of Oldsmar, near the community of Westchase, you’ll find The Dancing Goat.

The calls of a rooster are a common sound on the urban farm. It is also a sanctuary for all kinds of animals. From ducks and geese to goats and horses – and even emus, there are nearly 1,000 animals on the property.

Pam Lunn, the owner, worked in transportation, but to reinvent herself. So she decided to become a farmer.

“My husband thought I was crazy. He was right,” she joked. “It’s a labor of love. There are no days off. It’s a lot more stressful than corporate America, but it’s a lot more rewarding.”

The Dancing Goat also serves as the agricultural arm of the National Human Society.

“We will take farm animals for them,” Pam said. “We welcome ducks, chickens and alpacas.”

They also have a market here on Wednesdays and Sundays, where they sell their farm products like goat’s milk, cheeses, yogurts, soap and honey. The farm produces 20 gallons of goat milk per day.

It’s expensive to feed the animals as is, and the farm took a hit during the pandemic. It costs $ 4,000 to feed the animals on the farm – every month.

“It’s a lot of milk. It’s a lot of eggs,” Pam explained. “We’re down this summer, which is never good, and a COVID summer is even worse.”

To learn more, click on dancinggoatdairy.com.


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Beauty basics with Crave Beauty Academy Wichita: Farm House Fresh Brand

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Farm House Fresh creates delicious natural products for the bath and the body. The whimsical collection is served in exclusive spa treatments at luxury hotels, spas, and resorts across the country, and can be found only at Crave Beauty Academy in the state of Kansas.

The healthy collection of FarmHouse Fresh is made up of 88-99% natural ingredients and derived from nature. Every product is paraben, sulfate, and mineral oil free, with almost all products formulated to be vegan, gluten free, or both. Decorative boxes use vegetable-based inks and our adorable glass retail packaging is often repurposed as flower vases and more. As Lauren explained, every purchase has a direct impact on animals and all products are cruelty-free. Stop by Crave to purchase your Farm House Fresh products today or visit their website for more information www.farmhousefreshgoods.com


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