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Producers Of Poultry Products Lament Shortage Of Feed.
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Consumers of poultry and its related products may have to revise their budget the festive season as producers anticipate an increase in the prices of poultry products. These producers of poultry ...
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Eight Agribusiness And Food Opportunities In Africa Worth Pursuing In 2021.
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Here are eight agribusiness and food opportunities, as highlighted by top entrepreneurs and investors. 1. Growing blueberries in Ethiopia for the export market. The cultivation of ...
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LIFESTYLE: Amazing Health Benefits Of Eating Avocado Everyday.
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Avocados are a delicious and unique fruit that offers a range of benefits when consumed. They are very good for your skin and hair as they are rich in beta-carotene, which turns into vitamin A in ...
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LIFESTYLE: Health Benefits Of Pineapple To Women, Notably Pregnant Women.
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Pineapple (Ananas comosus) is a juicy, delicious, tropical fruit packed with essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and other helpful compounds that can protect against inflammation and ...
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Grasscutter Farming Looks Lucrative In Ghana – Prof. Kayang.
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Professor Boniface B. Kayang, the Project Coordinator of the Ghana Grasscutter Project, has stated that the future of grasscutter farming in the country looks very bright based on the high interest ...
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Why Do Farmers Need The Service Of An Extension Officer?
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For years now, the provision of extension services to farmers has been a challenge in Africa, for that matter Ghana. In Ghana for example the extension officer to farmer ratio is as high as 1:1500 ...
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Promoting Agribusiness Investment In Ghana: Rethinking Policy Incentives.
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Agriculture is a major economic activity in Ghana, contributing 20 per cent to Gross Domestic Product (GDP). In recognition that increased investment can help transform the largely subsistence-based ...
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HOW A FIRST-GENERATION FARMER WENT FROM 6 TO 600 ACRES IN FOUR YEARS IN 2020, SPOOR RAISED JUST OVER 40 ACRES OF POPCORN.
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For as long as he can remember, Gavin Spoor has wanted to farm. However, not growing up in a farming family didn’t make it easy for the 22-year-old’s dream. “The last person to farm in my family, ...
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Cocoa Barometer 2020 Demands System Change To End Cocoa Poverty
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After two decades of failed interventions across the cocoa sector, cocoa farming communities are still battling the effects of poverty, child labour, and deforestation. The 2020 Cocoa Barometer ...
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Energize Our Smallholder Farmers To See Agriculture As A Business.
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The Chief Executive Officer of BEIT Farms Mr. Evans Larbi has urged farmers across the African continent to see farming as a serious business. He believes that agriculture plays a pivotal role when ...
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