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Omotesho, O. A.

  1. Journal Articles
  2. Omotesho, O. A., and Ladele, A. A. (1988).  The role of the rural banking programme in mobilizing savings among small scale farmers in Nigeria. Journal of Rural Development in Nigeria, 3(1):1-5
  3. Omotesho, O. A., and Ladele, A. A. (1990).  A survey of management performance in egg producing enterprises in Kwara State. Ilorin Journal of Business and Social Sciences, 2: 31 –39
  4. Omotesho, O. A., and Olawale, A.C. (1991).  Economics of dry season vegetable production along Asa river in Ilorin L.G.A. Kwara State. Journal of Rural Development in Nigeria 4(1): 24-29.
  5. Ladele, A. A., Omotesho, O. A. and Toluwase, S.O. (1991).  Impact of agricultural extension system of Ekiti-Akoko Agricultural Development Project (EAADP), Ondo State. Journal of Rural Development in Nigeria, 4(1): 50-57.
  6. Omotesho, O. A., Olufe, J., and Oladeji, S.O. (1992). Resource productivity in food production in some selected villages in Oyi L.G.A. Kwara State. Ife Journal of Agriculture, 14: 90-97.
  7. Omotesho, O. A., and Akinwumi, J.A. (1993). A budgetary analysis approach for irrigation water charge determination in Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Science, and Technology, 3(1):1-6
  8. Omotesho, O. A. (1994). Cooperatives as a vehicle for mobilizing resource-poor farmers. Pakistan Journal of Rural Development and Administration, 26(2):15-20.
  9. Omotesho, O. A., Adewumi, M. O. and Ajayi, A.A. (1995). Labour utilization in peasant agriculture: a survey of four Local Government Areas of Kwara State Nigeria. Centre Point - Science Edition, 5(1):77-90.
  10. Omotesho, O. A., Okuneye, P.A., and Ladele, A.A. (1995).  Economics of dryland agricultural production on the Bakolori Irrigation Project, Talata-Mafara, Sokoto State, Nigeria. Modelling Measurement and Control, 11(3):1-10.
  11. Joseph, K., Omotesho, O. A., Ladele A.A. and Momoh, R. O. (1995).  Relationship between tested organoleptic qualities and the consumption pattern for selected poultry meat-types in three Nigerian cities. Agrosearch – A Journal of Agriculture Food and Development, 1(1): 65-71.
  12. Omotesho, O. A., Joseph, K., Ladele, A.A. and Ajagbe, O.A. (1995). Animal protein crisis in the Nigerian food basket. A preliminary survey of three Local Government Areas in Oyo State, Nigeria. Centre Point - Science Edition, 5(2): 49-60.
  13. Omotesho, O. A., Adewumi, M.O., and Ladele, A.A. (1995).  Relevance of standardization and grading in Nigeria: A survey of selected markets in Kwara State Agrosearch- A Journal of Agriculture Food and Development, 1(2):129-134.
  14. Ladele, A.A., Joseph, K., Omotesho, O. A. and Ijaiya, T.O. (1996).  Sensory quality ratings, consumption pattern, and preference for some selected meat-types in Nigeria. International Journal of Food Science and Nutrition, 47:141-145.
  15. Ladele, A.A. and Omotesho, O. A. (1997). Improved agricultural support system through farmers’ cooperatives in Nigeria. Pakistan Journal of Rural Development and Administration, 29 (3): 50-60.
  16. Omotesho, O. A., Adewumi M.O., and Amao, F.O. (1997). Resource use efficiency in cassava production in Oyo State of Nigeria: Centre Point - Science Edition, 6(1):55-65.
  17. Adewumi, M.O., Omotesho, O.A. and Sonoiki O.A. (1997). The role of community banks in financing agriculture: evidence from two Local Governments in Ogun State.  Centre Point – Science Edition, 6(1):94-102.
  18. Omotesho, O. A. (1998). A comparative profitability analysis of wheat and tomato production in the Kano River Irrigation Project, Kadawa, Nigeria. Centre Point - Science Edition, 8(1):83-88.
  19. Omotesho, O. A., and Ajayi, T.O. (1998).  Consumption pattern of beef: A survey of selected meat retail shops in Ilorin Kwara State. Agro-search – A Journal of Agriculture, Food, and Development, 4(1 & 2):46 -61.
  20. Adewumi, M.O, Omotesho, O. A., and Olaniyan, B.H. (1999).  Analysis of multi-objectives of small-scale farmers in selected Local Government Areas of Osun state. Anals of Agricultural Science 1(1):30-33.
  21. Omotesho, O. A., Adewumi, M. O., and Abiodun A.O. (1999). The usage of chemical input in maize and cocoa production in Osun State of Nigeria. Centre Point - Science Edition, 9(1): 89-99.
  22. Omotesho, O. A., Adewumi, M.O. and Oyeniyi R.O. (2000).  Economics of part-time farming in Kwara State of Nigeria. Environmental Issues, 3(1): 21-28.
  23. Adewumi, M.O., Omotesho, O.A. (2002). An analysis of production objectives of small-scale rural farming households in Kwara State, Nigeria. Journal of Rural Development Korea. Rural Economic Institute, Korea. 25: 201-21.
  24. Babatunde, R.O. and Omotesho, O.A. (2002/2003).  Farm size and productivity relationships among selected farms in Kwara State of Nigeria. Centre Point - Science Edition, 11:21-31.
  25. Omotesho, O. A., Adewumi M. O., and Osinlu. O. (2003). An analysis of the effect of downy mildew on maize production in Kogi State, Nigeria. Nigerian Agricultural Development Studies, 2(2):22-31.
  26. Ayinde E.O.; Omotesho, O. A., and Adewumi, M.O. (2004). The trade-off between risk and expected returns among small-scale farming households in Kwara State, Nigeria. AMSE Journal, 25(4):32 – 43.
  27. Olorunsanya, E.O, Omotesho, O. A and Adewumi, M.O. (2004).  Determinants of egg production in Kwara State. Nigeria Journal of Agriculture and Social Research 4(1): 95-104
  28. Muhammad-Lawal, A and Omotesho, O. A. (2004). Resource allocation in food crop production and farming household food security in Kwara State. Agrosearch: A Journal of Agriculture Food and Development, 6(1):15-21.
  29. Babatunde, R. O., and Omotesho, O. A. (2004).  Farm size and resource use efficiency of selected farms in Kwara State of Nigeria. African Scientist, 5(3):133-139.
  30. Babatunde, R. O. Omotesho, O. A. and Ogunmokun, O. F. (2004).  Economics of cassava production in selected Local Government Areas of Kwara State, Nigeria. African Scientist, 6(1):193-201.
  31. Omotesho, O. A, Adewumi, M.O. and Ofakunrin O.A. (2004). Small-scale irrigation management practices: A study of Fadama farming in Kwara State, Nigeria.  Journal of Rural Development and Administration, 35(1/4):59-66.
  32. Adewumi, M.O., Omotesho, O. A. and Tsoho, B. (2005).  Economics of irrigation farming in Nigeria: A case study of tomato based farming in Sokoto State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development, 6:103–110.
  33. Ayinde, O.E, Omotesho, O. A. and Ayinde, K.  (2005). Farm planning under risk and uncertainty. Centrepoint -Science Edition 13(1):10-22.
  34. Adewumi, M.O., Omotesho, O. A. and Olorunsanya, E.O. (2005).  Optimal farm plan for rural families in Kwara State, Nigeria. Journal of Arid Zone Economy, 6(1):160-169.
  35. Rahji, M.A.Y, and Omotesho, O. A. (2006). The British American Tobacco Out-grower Scheme: Determinants of selection and its income effects on tobacco farmers in Oyo state Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Research & Development, 5(2):172-190.
  36. Omotesho, O. A., Adewumi, M.O., Muhammad-Lawal and Ayinde, O.E. (2006).  Determinants of food security among the rural farming households in Kwara State, Nigeria. African Journal of General Agriculture, 2(1):7-15.
  37. Aburime, I.L, Omotesho, O.A., Ibrahim, H. (2006). Analysis of technical efficiency of beekeeping farms in Oyo State, Nigeria. European Journal of Social Sciences, 4(1):1-8.
  38. Omotesho, O. A. (2006). Nigerian agriculture in the global economy: Opportunities and challenges. Science & Humanities Journal, 1(1):195-205.
  39. Muhammad-Lawal A., Omotesho, O. A. (2006). Farming household food security in Kwara State. Geo-Studies Forum an International Journal of Environmental & Policy Issues, 3(1&2):71-82.
  40. Rahji, M.A.Y, and Omotesho, O. A. (2006). Technical inefficiency and competitiveness in production: The case of rice farmers in Niger State, Nigeria.  Agrosearch- A Journal of Agriculture Food and Development, 8(1):67-79.
  41. Babatunde, R.O., Omotesho, O. A., Sholotan, O.S. (2007).  Socio-economic characteristics and food security status of farming households in Kwara State, North-Central Nigeria.  Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 6 (1):49-58.
  42. Babatunde, R.O, Omotesho, O.A., and Sholotan, O.S. (2007).  Factors influencing food security status of rural farming households in North-Central Nigeria. Agricultural Journal, 2(3):351-357.
  43. Muhammad-Lawal, A, and Omotesho, O. A. (2008). Cereals and farming household food security in Kwara State, Nigeria. Agricultural Journal 3(3):235- 240.
  44. Babatunde, R.O., Omotesho, O. A., Olorunsanya, E.O. and Owotoki, G.M. (2008).  Determinants of vulnerability to food insecurity: A gender-based analysis of farming households in Nigeria. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 63(1):116-125.
  45. Lawal, A.B., Omotesho, O. A. and Ibrahim, H. (2008). Analysis of household food security among agro-pastoralists in North Central Zone of Nigeria.  Asia- Pacific Journal of Rural Development, 18(2):165-174.
  46. Fakayode, S.B, Omotesho, O. A., Tsoho, A.B and Ajayi, P.D. (2008). An economic survey of rural infrastructure and agricultural productivity profiles in Nigeria.  European Journal of Social Sciences, 7(2):158-171.
  47. Ayinde, O.E., Omotesho, O.A. and Adewumi, M.O. (2008).  Risk attitudes and management strategies of small-scale crop producers in Kwara State, Nigeria: A ranking approach.  African Journal of Business Management 2(12): 217-221. Available online at   http://www.academicjournalsAJMB.
  48. Ibrahim, H, and Omotesho, O.A. (2009). An assessment of the sustainability of vegetable production under Fadama in the Northern guinea savannah zone of Nigeria.  Electronic Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Food Chemistry, 8(11):1156-1163.
  49. Lawal, A.F, Omotesho, O.A., and Adewumi, M.O. (2009).  A farm-level environmental sustainability indicator for food crop producers in the Fadama land of southern guniea savanna of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food and Environment 5(1):12-19.
  50. Lawal, A.F, Omotesho, O.A., and Adewumi, M.O. (2009). Determinants of technical inefficiency of food crop production in the Fadama of southern guinea savanna of Nigeria. African Journal of General Agriculture, 5(1):21-32. Available online at http://www.koblex.org/ajga.
  51. Muhammad-Lawal, A., Omotesho, O. A. and Falola, A. (2009). Technical efficiency of youth participation in agriculture: A case study of the Youth-in-Agriculture programme in Ondo State, South Western Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food, and Environment, 5(1):20-26.
  52. Fatoba, I.O., Omotesho, O. A. and Adewumi, M.O. (2009). Economics of wetland rice production technology in the guinea savannah of Nigeria. Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics, 1(9):199-203.
  53. Fakayode, S.B., Muhammad-Lawal, A., Omotesho, O. A. and M.A. Solomon (2009).  Economic analysis of on-farm adaptive research trials for rice-maize intercrops in the guniea savannah: Case study of Kwara State, Nigeria. Research on Crops 10(1): 189-192. An International Journal published by the Gaurav Society of Agricultural Research Information Centre, India. Available at http://www.cropresearch.org.
  54. Ayinde, O.E; Ayinde, K; Omotesho, O. A., and Muhammad-Lawal, A. (2010). Sensitivity and uncertainty analysis: Applications to small-scale agriculture systems in Nigeria. Global Journal of Management and Business Research, 10 (1): 176-183. Available at  http://www.globaljournal.org.
  55. Omotesho, O. A.  and Muhammad-Lawal A. (2010). Optimal food plan for rural households’ food security in Kwara State, Nigeria: The goal programming approach. Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology and Sustainable Development, 2(1):007-014.
  56. Muhammad-Lawal, A and Omotesho, O.A. (2010). Intensity of food insecurity in rural households of Kwara State Nigeria. Journal Applied Agricultural Research, 2:21-30.
  57. Fakayode, S.B., Omotesho, O. A., Babatunde, R.O. and Momoh, A.A. (2010).  The sweet orange market in Nigeria, How Viable?  Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, 6(4):395-400.
  58. Muhammad-Lawal, A., Omotesho, O. A., Adisa, R.S., Adefalu, L.L. and Adediran, T.T. (2010).  An assessment of relative poverty situation in Nigeria: A case study of the rural households in Osun State, Nigeria. The Nigerian Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 2(2):147-166. Published by the Faculty of Agriculture, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria.
  59. Lawal, A.F, Omotesho, O. A. and Adewumi, M.O. (2010). Land use pattern and sustainability of food crop production in the Fadama of Southern guniea savanna of Nigeria. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 5(3):178-187.
  60. Ibrahim, H.I, Omotesho, O.A. and Adewumi, M.O (2010). Effect of five Striga HermonthIca control methods on input use, striga counts and maize yield in the Northern guinea savanna of Nigeria. Electronic Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Food Chemistry, 9(1):145-149.
  61. Omotesho, O.A., Adewumi, M.O and Fadumila, K.S (2010). Food security and poverty of rural households in Kwara State, Nigeria.  Libyan Agricultural Research Center Journal International 1(1):56-59 IDOSI Publications. Available at http://www.idosi.org/larcji1%281%2910.htm
  62. Ayinde, E.O., Omotesho, O. A. Adewumi, M.O. (2010). Analysis of risk behavior of small-scale farming households in Kwara State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural & Rural Development, 1(4):142-150.
  63. Fatoba, O.I, Omotesho, O. A. and Adewumi, M.O (2010). Economics of soybean production technology in the guinea savanna of Nigeria. Agrosearch 11(1&2): 39-48. Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/agrosh.v11i1.5
  64. Akanbi, U.O, Omotesho, O. A. and Ayinde, O.E (2011). Analysis of the technical efficiency of rice farms in Duku irrigation scheme, Kwara State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Agriculture, Food, and Environment, 7(3):65-72.
  65. Ogunniyi, L.T, and Omotesho, O. A. (2011). Economic analysis of swine production in Nigeria: A case study of Ibadan zone of Oyo State.  J. Hum. Ecol, 35(2):137-142.
  66. Ibrahim, H.Y and Omotesho, O. A. (2011).   Optimal farm plan for vegetable production under Fadama in North Central Nigeria. Trakia Journal of Sciences, 9(4):43-49. Available online at http://www.uni-sz.bg
  67. Olorunsanya, E. O., and Omotesho, O. A. (2011). A gender analysis of poverty profile of rural farming households in North Central Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, 4 (2):11-27.  Published by the Dept. of Agricultural Economics and Extension Ladoke Akintola University, Ogbomosho, Nigeria. Available online www.lautechaee-edu.com/journal
  68. Salau, S.A., Adewumi, M.O., Omotesho, O. A. and Ayinde, O.E. (2011). A comparative analysis of crop production intensification and its determinants among Kwara and Niger States maize-based farming households.  Journal of Agricultural Sciences 2(2):97-105.
  69. Salau, S.A., Adewumi, M.O., Omotesho, O.A. and Tsoho, B.A. (2011). The influence of crop production intensification on technical efficiency of maize-based farming households in Kwara State.   International Journal of Organic Agricultural Research and Development, 4:12-24. Available at http://www.organicjournal.org
  70. Lawal, A.F., Omotesho, O.A. and Adewumi, M.O. (2011).   A farm-level sustainability indication for horticultural crop producers in Fadama of guinea savanna of Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Agricultural Economics, 2(1): 28-41
  71. Olatunji, G.B., Omotesho, O. A., Ayinde, O.E. and Abaniyan, E.O. (2012).   Empirical analysis of agricultural production and the inflation rate in Nigeria. (1970-2006). Agrosearch, 12(1):21-30. Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/agrosh.v12i1.5
  72. Olorunsanya, E. O., and Omotesho, O. A. (2012).  A gender analysis of poverty among rural farming households in North Central Nigeria. European Journal of Social Sciences 28(3):366-376. Available online at http://www.europeanjournalofsocialsciences.com
  73. Ojehomon, V. E. T., Adewumi, M. O., Omotesho, O.A., Ayinde, K. and Diagne, A. (2012). Adoption and economics of New Rice for Africa (NERICA) among rice farmers in Ekiti State, Nigeria. Journal of America Science 82 (2):423-429. Available online at http://ajsonline.org/site/misc/edboard.xhtm
  74. Salau, S.A., Adewumi, M.O. and Omotesho, O.A. (2012). Technical efficiency and its determinants at different levels of intensification among maize-based farming households in south guinea savanna of Nigeria. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 5(2):195-206 DOI. Available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ejesm.v5i22.11
  75. Omotesho, O. A., Falola, A.; Muhammad-Lawal, A. and Oyeyemi, A. (2012). Comparative analysis of the performances of adopters and non-adopters of yam minisett technology in Kwara State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development 15(3):1335-1341. Available online at http://www. www.ijard.com
  76. Omotesho, O. A., Adenuga, A.H. Muhammad-Lawal, A. and Bello, S. A. (2012). Efficiency differentials of foreign and local farmers in Kwara State, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development In Africa 14(5):65-74 Published by the Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania. Available online at http://www.jsd-africa.com/Jsda/Vol14N5-Fall2012A/article14-05.htm
  77. Omotesho, O. A., Falola, A., and Ajayi, G. T. (2012). Economics of soya-bean marketing in Kwara State, Nigeria   Savannah   Journal of Agriculture, 7(1):110–116. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, Bayero University.
  78. Omotesho, O. A., Falola, A., and Agbonkpolor, G. (2012).  Analysis of sweet potato in Offa and Oyun Local Government Areas of Kwara State, Nigeria. Benin International Journal of Agricultural Economics and Extension Services 2(1):67-75. Published by Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Benin, Benin City.
  79. Omotesho, O.A., Muhammad-Lawal, A., Odepidan, O. and Memudu, I.J. (2012).  Assessment of the technical efficiency of gari production in Kwara State. Journal of Agricultural Research and Development, 11(1):21-30 Published by Faculty of Agriculture University of Ilorin
  80. Ayinde, O. E., Muchie, M., Omotesho, O. A., Ayinde, K. and Adewumi, M.O. (2012). Multi-risk model of small-scale agricultural entrepreneurs in Central Part of Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Studies and Management EJESM 1(2): 224-236. Available at http://www.managementjournals.org/journals/index.php/ijems
  81. Tsoho, B. A, Omotesho, O. A., Salau, S.A. and Adewumi, M.O. (2012). Determinants of technical, allocative and economic efficiencies among dry season vegetable farmers in Sokoto State, Nigeria. J.Agri Sci, 3(2): 113-119.
  82. Muhammad-Lawal, A. and Omotesho, O.A. (2013). Analysis of food demand among rural households in Kwara State, North Central Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Technological Research 8(1):6-13 Published by Federal University of Technology, Minna. Available online at http://www.ajol.info/index.php/njtr
  83. Omotesho, O.A., Adisa, R.S. and Muhammad-Lawal, A. (2013). Prioritizing extension needs of women vegetable farmers: implications for successful extension programming in Nigeria. Bulletin of the Tropical Agriculture Kushu University, 36:31-34
  84. Adewumi, M.O., Jimoh, A. and Omotesho, O. A. (2013). Analysis of the effects of Zimbabwean white farmers on small-scale farming in Nigeria. Acta Universitaria, 23(2):3-7. Available at http://www.actauniversitaria.ugto.mx
  85. Adewumi, M.O., Jimoh, A. and Omotesho, O. A. (2013). Implication of the presence of large-scale commercial farming in Nigeria. The case of Zimbabwean farmers in Kwara State. Knowledge Horizons-Economics 5 (3):67-73. Published by Pro Universitaria. Available online at: http://orizonturi.ucdc.ro/
  86. Omotesho, O.A., Muhammad-Lawal, A, Olatinwo, K.B., Adenuga, A.H., and Bello, A.J. (2013). Technical efficiency of sugar cane (saccharum officinarum) production in Niger State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture Forestry and the Social Social Science, 11(1):131-138
  87. Adenuga, A.H, Omotesho, O.A., Ojehomon, V.E.T. and Diagne, A. (2014).  Determinants of adoption of improved rice varieties in selected LGAs in Nasarawa State Nigeria. Ife Journal of Agriculture, 26: 25-34. Published by Faculty of Agriculture Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife
  88. Olorunsanya, E.O, and Omotesho, O. A. (2014). A gender analysis of determinants of poverty among rural farming households in Nigeria. Albanian J. Agric. Sci., 13(2):96-109. Published by Agricultural University of Tirana, Albania.
  89. Fakayode, B., Omotesho, O. A., Adebayo, T. (2014). An economic survey of cowpea (vigna unguiculata) storage practices in Kwara State, Nigeria. Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Research, 39(1):47-57. Available at:  http://www.banglajol.info/index.php/BJAR/article/view/20079
  90. Adenuga, A.H., Omotesho, O. A., Babatunde R.O., Popoola D.P., Opeyemi G. (2015). Effect of Fadama III programme on poverty status of rice farming households in Patigi Local Government area of Kwara state, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and the Social Sciences 11(2) 80-91
  91. Omotesho, O. A., Falola A., Oshe, A.T. (2015). Effect of social capital on the productivity of rice farms in Kwara State, Nigeria. Science, Technology, and Arts Research Journal, 4(1) 215-220.
  92. Omotesho, O. A., Falola, A., Abiri, T. R. (2015). Effect of Commercial Agricultural Credit Scheme on beneficiary farmers’ income in Kwara State, Nigeria. NSUK Journal of Science & Technology, 5(1):192-198. Published by Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa State.
  93. Omotesho, O. A., Falola A., Ajibade T.B., Okoro S.P. (2016). Economic appraisal of women entrepreneurship: A case study of the food vending industry in Kwara State Capital, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Economics, Management, and Development, 6(1):38-56. Published by Department of Agricultural Economics and  Extension, Faculty Of Agriculture, Kogi State University, Anyigba, Nigeria.
  94. Omotesho, O. A., Falola, A., Awolu, S. (2016). Assessment of willingness to pay for improved solid waste management by rural farm households in Kwara State, Nigeria. The Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management, 42(1):44-50. Published by Widener University, U.S.A. Available at http://solid-waste.org/journal/abstracts-of-published-papers/volume-42-issue-1/#abstract42.1.6

Edited Proceedings

  1. Ladele, A.A. and Omotesho, O.A. (1985). The role of agricultural extension services in enhancing agricultural productivity in Nigeria. ARMTI Seminar Series No. ix pp. 61-64.
  2. Omotesho, O. A., (1991).  Towards increased productivity in the Nigerian poultry industry in Increasing Productivity in Nigeria: Umeh P.O.C., Usman G.A., Anjorin, S.A and Oluleye O.B (Eds) Publication of National Productivity centre and Macmillan Nigeria. Pp 556-561.
  3. Omotesho, O.A. and Ladele A.A. (1991). Costs and returns to air-cured tobacco production in Ogbomosho in Costs and Returns in Nigeria. A FAMAN Publication D.O.A. Phillips Ed. Pp; 66-73.
  4. Ladele, A.A., Omotesho, O.A. and Opanubi, J.O. (1992).  Privatization of agricultural extension services: A complementary approach to rural development. In: Rural Development Strategies in Nigeria: A Nigerian Rural Sociological Association Publication, Olomola A. and Nwosu A.C. Eds. Pp. 263-270.
  5. Ajakaiye.A, Omotesho, O. A., Joseph, J. K. and Soladoye, J.O. (1999).  Seasonal egg glut in Nigeria: An appraisal. Proceedings 26th Annual Conference of Nigeria Society for Animal Production (NSAP) Pp.453-456.
  6. Ladele, A.A. and Omotesho, O. A. (2000). Some features of city farming in two Nigerian cities: Ibadan and Ilorin.  Proceedings of Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria (AESON) Pp.17-25.
  7. Omotesho, O. A., Muhammad-Lawal, A., and Falola, A. (2008).  Technical efficiency of youth participation in agriculture: a case study of the Youth - In - Agriculture Programme in Ondo State, Nigeria. Presented at the National Association of Agricultural Economists Conference, held 7th and 10th October 2008 at the University of Abuja, Abuja, Nigeria. Chapters in Books
  8. Akinwumi, J.A. and Omotesho, O. A.  (1986). Irrigation development in Nigeria: Case Study of Kano River Project.  Chapter 44 in Agricultural Planning in Nigeria Olayemi J.K., Ogunfowora, O, Falusi, A.O. Nwoko S.G. and Akinwumi J.A. (Eds) Pp. 488-520 Department of Agric Economics University of Ibadan.
  9. Apata, D.F. and Omotesho, O. A. (2002).  Agricultural production and cooperatives in Nigeria. Chapter 15 in History and Philosophy of Science:   General Studies Approach Akanji M.A and Jolayemi E.J (Eds).
  10. Omotesho, O. A. (2005).   Aspects of research report writing.  Chapter 9 in Basic Issues in Research Methodology Saliu H.A, Oyebanji, J.O. and Jimoh, A. (Eds).
  11. Omotesho, O. A., J.K. Joseph, A. Apata and A. Muhammad-Lawal (2009). Food security, agricultural production and cooperatives in Nigeria, History, and Philosophy of Science in General Studies Adeleke, B.L., Abdus-salam, N. and Ande, A.T. (eds.) Published by the General Studies Division, University of Ilorin. pp. 130 – 139
  12. Oyewole, O.B., Akegbejo-Samsons, Y., Amadji, G. L., Diallo, T.H.A., Elamrani, A., Ndimubandi, J., Tankou, C., Offei, S. K., Sene M., Kahi, A. K., Ramaroson, B., Boodhoo, J., Omotesho, O.A., Soundy, P., Schermutzki, M., and Tankou, C. M. (2014) Chapter 4 in Tuning and Harmonisation of Higher Education: The African Experience. Charles Awono Onana, Olusola Bandele Oyewole, Damtew Teferra, Pablo Beneitone, Julia González and Robert Wagenaar (Eds)
  13. Omotesho, O. A., and Falola, A. (2014)   National agricultural research systems in Africa     Chapter   11   in    Digging Deeper Inside Africa’s  Agricultural, Food and Nutrition Dynamics  Akinyoade, A, Klaver, W, Soeters and Foeken, D( Eds).
  14. Omotesho, O.A., Falola, A. (2016). Food Security: Matters Arising and Way Forward. Chapter 15 in Water, Land, and People in Climate Change, S. L. Tilakasiri (ed). Published by Stamford Lake (Pvt) Ltd, Pannipitiya, Sri Lanka, pp 227-240Technical Reports
  15. Omotesho, O. A., and Fasakin, K. (1993). Feasibility report on expanded production of cashew nuts and goats and sheep 53 Pp. Submitted to International Tobacco Company Limited Ilorin.
  16. Omotesho, O. A., Adegbite, K.A. and Babatola, J.O. (1994). Feasibility studies for Geriyan and Kpareke NALDA Farms. Submitted to Kogi State National Agricultural Land Development Authority Directorate (NALDA) Directorate.
  17. Omotesho, O. A., and Joseph, K. (1994).  Feasibility study for Koton-Karfi Agro-Industrial Complex submitted to Kogi State National Agricultural Land Development Authority (NALDA) Directorate. Dissertations
  18. Omotesho, O. A. (1981). Irrigation and food crop production in Nigeria: A case study of the Kano river project, Kano. M.Sc. University of Ibadan 56 pp.
  19. Omotesho, O. A. (1991). Determining appropriate charges for irrigation water at the Kano river project, Kano State, Nigeria.   Ph.D., University of Ibadan, 205 pp.

Major Conferences attended and paper read:    

  1. Omotesho, O. A., and Ladele, A.A.  Resource use problems in Nigeria’s rural economy.  Paper presented at third annual Conference of Nigerian Rural Sociological Association, University of Maiduguri, April 6 - 10, 1986
  2. Omotesho, O. A., and Ladele, A. A.  Management problems in large scale poultry business in Nigeria.  Paper presented at 3rd National Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria (FAMAN) held at ARMTI, Ilorin. August 24 - 27, 1986.
  3. Omotesho, O. A.  Food security in Nigeria: The role of agricultural marketing.   Paper presented at National Human Development Network Second Annual Meeting 21-23 November 2001; Sheraton Hotel Abuja.
  4. Omotesho, O. A. and Adewumi, M.O.  Agricultural development in Nigeria: The role of government policies.  Paper Presented at Workshop held at Golden Gate Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos on Replant Nigeria May 20-21, 2002
  5. Omotesho, O. A. Agricultural export financing in Nigeria. Invited Paper Presented at Workshop on Managing Nigeria Exports in a global village, Abuja, Nigeria, May 26-28, 2003.
  6. Ayinde, O.E., Omotesho, O. A., Adewumi M.O., Olorunsanya E.O.  Farm planning under risk and uncertainty: an application of Target MOTAD model. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of Nigerian Mathematical Society at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho. June 10-13, 2003.
  7. Babatunde, R.O, Omotesho, O. A., Sholotan, O. S and Qaim, M.   Factors influencing food security of rural farming households in Kwara State, North-Central zone of Nigeria. Paper presented at Tropentag 2006 Conference on International Agricultural Research for Development, University of Bonn October 11-13, 2006.
  8. Omotesho, O. A.  Strengthening research-extension linkage. Keynote Address at Middle Belt REFILS-Extension Workshop, NCRI Badeggi, Niger State June 4-6, 2007.
  9. Omotesho, O. A., Adewumi, M.O, Fadimula, K.S.  Food security and poverty of rural households in Kwara State, Nigeria.  Paper presented at 2nd AAAE  Conference, Accra, Ghana. August 20-22, 2007.
  10. Omotesho, O. A. Global food crisis and National food security: Strategic options for Nigeria. Keynote Address at 24th Development Finance Officers Conference, CBN Asaba 15th-18th October 2008.
  11. Muhammad-Lawal, A., Omotesho, O. A. and Adeniran, T. (2009). An assessment of relative poverty situation in Nigeria: the case of the rural households in Osun State, Nigeria. Presented at the UCC-Unilorin International Conference (CSSDA, 2009) held at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana 27th – 30th September.
  12. Omotesho, O. A., and Muhammad-Lawal, A. (2009). Optimal food combination for rural households’ food security in Kwara State, Nigeria.  Presented at the UCC-Unilorin International Conference (CSSDA, 2009) held at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana 27th – 30th September.
  13. Ayinde, O.E, Omotesho, O. A. and Adewumi, M.O. (2010). Multi-risk model of small-scale agricultural entrepreneurs in Nigeria. Presented at GLOBELICS-8th International Conference; Making Innovation Work for Society; Linking. Leveraging and Learning, the University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur 1st-3rd November.
  14. Omotesho, O. A. (2011). Challenges of agricultural data collection in Nigeria. Paper Presentation at an International Workshop at the International Institute for Capacity Building in Higher Education, Virginia State University, Petersburg, VA., USA 20th June- 30th June.
  15. Muhammad-Lawal, A., Omotesho, O. A., Adekola, O.F. and Adenuga, A.H. (2011).  Climate change adaptation: the case of soil fertility management in dry season vegetable production in Kwara State, Nigeria.  2nd Joint International Conference between University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria, and University of Cape-Coast, Ghana. Held at the University of Ilorin 1st - 5th.
  16. Omotesho, O. A., Falola, A. & Matthew, T. O. (2011). Marketing of fresh okra in Kogi State, Nigeria. Proceedings 12th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists, BENIN 2011. P. O. Erhabor, C. I. Ada-Okungbowa, C. O. Emokaro & Abiola, M. O. (eds) 448–453. Published by National Association of Agricultural Economists (NAAE).
  17. Muhammad-Lawal, A., Omotesho, O.A. and Kolade, F.T. (2012).  An assessment of household vulnerability to economic shocks in South Western Nigeria. 2nd UNILORIN/CPUT Joint International Conference on Science and Technology for Development in Africa. Held 26th - 28th June, at Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa.
  18. Omotesho, O. A., Muhammad-Lawal, A. and James, O.O. (2012). Incidence of poverty    among small scale farming households in Kwara State, Nigeria. 2nd UNILORIN/CPUT Joint International Conference on Science and Technology for Development in Africa. Held 26th - 28th June, at Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa.
  19. Adewumi M. O., Jimoh, A. and Omotesho, O. A. (2012).   Implications of the presence of foreign farmers in Nigeria:  Lessons from Kwara State. A paper presented at the AAU Regional Conference on Strengthening the Relevance of African HEIs to Development At the Uganda Management Institute (UMI), Kampala, Uganda March 29-30.
  20. Elamrani, A., Amadji, G. L., Ndimubandi, J., Tankou, C., Offei, S. K., Dialo, T. H. A., Sene, M., Kahi, A.K., Bbatiste, J., Boodhoo, R. K., Akegbejo-Samsons, Y., Omotesho, O.A., Soundy, P., Schermutzki, M., Oyewole, O. B. Meta-profile development using the Tuning Methodology to support Agricultural Sciences Training in Africa at the International Conference on Engineering Education and Research 2013 1st - 5th July 2013, Marrakesh, Morrocco.
  21. Omotesho, O. A (2013). Preservation Research Transformation through Competitive Technology Development. Keynote Address presented at 2013 In-House Review Meeting of Nigerian Stored Product Research Institute, Ilorin 24th September 2013.
  22. Omotesho, O. A., Falola, A. & Oshe, A. T. (2013). Analysis of social capital and productivity among rice farmers in Kwara State, north central Nigeria. Presented at the 3rd Africa Rice Congress held in Cameroon on October 21 to October 24, 2013. Acceptance Letter dated 16th September 2013.
  23. Omotesho, O.A., Muhammad-Lawal, A and Mohammed, O. (2014).  Optimal farm plan in melon seed production in Kwara State, Nigeria at U6 International Conference on Research for Innovation and Sustainable Development 6-10th September 2014, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Cape Town, South Africa.
  24. Omotesho, O. A., Falola, A. & Awolu, S. O. (2015). Towards Environmental Sustainability: Willingness to Pay for Improved Solid Waste Management by Rural Households in Kwara State, Northcentral Nigeria. Humboldt-Kolleg International Conference held at Ogbomoso Nigeria, 13 – 16 January 2015.
  25. Omotesho, O. A., Muhammad-Lawal, A., Amolegbe, K. B. and Abubakar, T. A. (2017). Assessment of Dry Season Garden Egg Production among Small-scale Farmers in Edu Local Government Area of Kwara State, Nigeria.  Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 62 (1) 89-103. Published by University of Belgrade-Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia. Available at  https://www.cabdirect.org/cabdirect/abstract/20173363576
  26. Olaghere, I., Omotesho, O. A., Muhammad-Lawal, A. (2017). Comparative Analysis of the Profitability of Liquid Fertilizer Usage in Dry Season Vegetable Production in the Southern Guinea Savannah Zone of Nigeria. Albanian Journal of Agricultural Science 16 (3): 121-126. Agricultural University of Tirana. Available athttps://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bi7HlsPT6HWlFuXzJHSk9wNlU/view
  27. Olatilewa, M.O., Omotesho, O.A., Muhammad-Lawal, A. (2017). Evaluation of the Sustainability of Sweet Orange Postharvest Handling Technologies in Oyo and Osun States, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 19(4):37- 50. Clarion University of Pennyslvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania. Available at http://www.jsd-africa.com/Jsda/Vol19No4-Winter2017/PDF/Evaluation%20of%20Sustainability%20of%20Sweet%20Oranges%20Postharvest.Mufuliat%20%20Olatilewa-R.pdf
  28. Omotesho, O. A., Muhammad-Lawal, A., Salami, M.F and Oko, N.O. (2017). Effect of Quality Attributes on Meat Demand in Ilorin Metropolis, Kwara State, Nigeria. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Agricultural Faculty of Gaziosmanpasa University (JAFAG) 34 (3), 11-18. A Publication of Gaziosmanpasa Universitesi Ziraat Fakultesi Dergisi, Turkey. Available at http://ziraatdergi.gop.edu.tr/Makaleler/44875475_11-18.pdf

Inaugural Lecture

  1. Omotesho O.A (2015): Let the small-scale farmer be in good standing. 158th inaugural lecture of the University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria