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Tiger Animal Feeds and Tiger Chicks Supporting local farmers

Herman Nienaber, Chief Operating Officer at Tiger Animal Feeds started working at Tiger Animal Feeds in 2009, becoming COO in 2013, and brings his long-held passions for agriculture and nutrition

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FES takes over BHBW Zambia

Malawian agricultural solutions company FES has acquired a stake in BHBW Zambia, an agricultural equipment supplier. FES intends to expand on the product range and replicate its successful business model

APPSA project brings joy to farmers in Malawi, Mozambique and Zambia

Agricultural Productivity Program for Southern Africa (APPSA) was a six-year project supported by the World Bank to promote a regional approach to agricultural technology generation and dissemination in three SADC

Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation is Doubling Farmers’ Yields

THE African Development Bank (AfDB) says its Technologies for African Agricultural Transformation programme would benefit 40 million farmers in the next five years, adding 120 million tonnes into the continent’s

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Farmers selling maize at giveaway price, ZNFU

Zambia National Farmers Union (ZNFU) has expressed concern over the decision by farmers who are reportedly selling their maize at give-away prices. ZNFU said the decision by some farmers in

Zambia’s crocodile farmers buoyed by Govt decision

With the Government suspending a 10 percent export duty, Zambia’s crocodile farmers are confident there will be an increase in investment, production and skin exports. The removal of the duty

FQMS CONSERVATION FARMERS PROJECT A BUMPER HARVEST

As the mining firm’s conservation farming project is quickly turning North-Western Province into Zambia’s food basket Farmers in Solwezi, Mushindamo and Kalumbila Districts of North-Western Province are projecting a bumper

ZAW advises maize farmers to guard against exploitative private buyers

The Zambia Alliance of Women has advised small-scale farmers to guard against exploitative private maize buyers. Executive director Edah Chimya said they should guard by not selling their maize before

Six tips to make your fish farm more environmentally sustainable

The following tips are designed to help small-scale aquaculture operators, particularly in Asia and Africa, reduce their environmental impacts and embrace operational sustainability. The aquaculture sector continues to grow rapidly

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High-speed Zambia-Mozambique rail on the cards

A US-based company, Railnet International, is proposing to Fund an $11 billion medium speed rail line between Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Railnet CEO, Donald Kress, said the company was in