History and Progression of the Polytechnic
Binyaminu Usman College of Agriculture, Hadejia was established in 1992 as one of the Campuses (Colleges) of the State Polytechnic. The College was temporarily sited at Famfo Goma in Hadejia town in 1992 and in 1995 the College was moved to its permanent site at Yamidi Village about eight (8) kilometers from Hadejia off Kafin Hausa road.
Due to insufficient land for expansion, the Government acquired a land of about 3.5 square kilometers in the year 2009 along Hadejia – M/Madori road. The development of the site commenced in 2010 with E.T.F. (TETFUND) support.
Between the year 2012 to 2014, the State Government has invested in several structures worth about Nine Hundred Million (N900m) Naira which include the development of Administrative Block, a Lecture Hall, Students’ Hostel, Laboratories and Class Boom Blocks, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Center, Computer Department Block, Entrepreneurship Center, Library Complex, Main Gate, Motorized Borehole and Overhead Tank, Two (2) Three-Bed Rooms and Two (2) Two-Bed Rooms Staff Houses and provision of more than Four (4) kilometers tarred road network in the College, a modern Orchard with drip irrigation system and a Poultry Farm with over four thousand (4,000) birds.