1.1   Background to the Study

The early man lived by gathering wild animals and fruits since this system were not conducive for living the early man began to cultivate crops and rear animals for immediate use in a system called subsistence farming. Consequently upon its lapses, man later adopted commercial agriculture where in its proceeds, are not only for subsistence use but for commercial purpose (Berns, 1990).

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Agricultural education is an instruction about crop production, livestock management, soil and water conservation and various other aspects of agriculture. Agriculture in the secondary school level includes instruction in food education such as nutrition agricultural and food education improves the quality of life for all people by helping farmers increase productivity, conserve resource and provide nutritious foods.

There are four major field of agricultural education; elementary agricultural education, secondary agricultural education, college agricultural education, and lastly general education in agriculture. Elementary agriculture is taught in public schools and private schools and it deals with such subjects as how pants and animals grow and how soil is formed and conserved, vocational agriculture trains people for jobs, such areas as production marketing and conservation, college agriculture involves training of people to teach, conduct research, provide information to advance the field of agriculture and science in other ways. General education in agriculture informs the public about food and agriculture.

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