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The study examined the Perceived Effects of agricultural broadcasts on radio stations on the Arable Crop Farmers in Ilorin East Local Government Area of Kwara State, Nigeria. One hundred and twenty farmers were randomly selected for the study. The statistical tools used for the study were frequency count, percentage, mean score and Pearson Product Moment Correlation (PPMC). The result showed that the mean age of the respondents was 56.3 years and the mean years of experience was 19.4 years. The average income of the respondents was N 232,162.50. Agbelere on Radio Kwara 99.1 FM Radio ( =2.61) was the most frequently listened agricultural broadcast on radio station. Agricultural programmes on radio are relevant to crop production was the highest ranked perception statement of the respondents ( = 3.58). The radio programmes teaches new opportunity on agriculture ( = 3.33). The irregular supply of electricity ( = 2.21) was the highest ranked factor limiting the respondents from listening to agricultural broadcasts on radio stations. The study therefore recommends that extension service providers should disseminate agricultural information through the radio broadcasts.
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