Sunday, June 26, 2022

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Livestock

How Nigeria Can Save Poultry Industry, By Association
Agribusiness Livestock

How Nigeria Can Save Poultry Industry, By Association

LAGOS – This is definitely not a good time for most farmers in the country, especially those in the poultry industry as they express worries…

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Gambia: ‘Agriculture Doesn’t Stop in Crop, Livestock Production’
Agribusiness Livestock

Gambia: ‘Agriculture Doesn’t Stop in Crop, Livestock Production’

By Fatou B. Cham The minister of Agriculture, Hon. Amie Faburay, on Thursday 21 April 2022 embarked on a monitoring and visibility tour of the…

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Nigeria topmost livestock producer in West Africa- Minister
Livestock

Nigeria topmost livestock producer in West Africa- Minister

The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr Mohammad Abubakar, says Nigeria is the topmost livestock producer in West Africa. Abubakar said this on Tuesday,…

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Insect invasion adds to strains on Africa’s food crisis
Agribusiness Livestock

Insect invasion adds to strains on Africa’s food crisis

In addition to climate change-linked drought that has left millions of Africans on the verge of starvation, the fall armyworm invasion is further threatening the…

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Insects offer cheaper option to costly chicken, fish feed ingredients
Agribusiness Livestock

Insects offer cheaper option to costly chicken, fish feed ingredients

Alex Katu tends to the black soldier fly farm at Bug’s Life Farm in Mtalani, Machakos County, Kenya. PHOTO | EVANS HABIL | NMG The…

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Uganda fights crop-devouring armyworm, blaming climate change
Crops Livestock

Uganda fights crop-devouring armyworm, blaming climate change

A woman weeds her corn plantation in Akia village outside Lira town in the northern region of Uganda where farmers like Berhanu Gudina have eked…

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Zimbabwe: Project Boosts Chiredzi Cattle Farming
International News Livestock

Zimbabwe: Project Boosts Chiredzi Cattle Farming

For many years, small holder farmers in Chiredzi and Mwenezi used to depend on natural fields for pastures. But the pastures have been depleting due…

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Militant Cattle Rustling Part of Toxic Mix of Food Insecurity in Sahel
Crops Livestock

Militant Cattle Rustling Part of Toxic Mix of Food Insecurity in Sahel

By Henry Wilkins Ouagadougou — The U.N World Food Program says Africa's Sahel region is facing unprecedented food insecurity, caused by soaring prices, terrorist activity,…

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Kenya’s Dairy Sector Is Failing to Meet Domestic Demand. How It Can Raise Its Game
Agribusiness Livestock

Kenya’s Dairy Sector Is Failing to Meet Domestic Demand. How It Can Raise Its Game

Kenya's dairy sector is estimated at 14% of Kenya's agricultural GDP. Milk is primarily produced by smallholder dairy farmers who account for 56% of total…

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Biotechnology is boosting yields of high-protein African yam bean
Agribusiness Livestock

Biotechnology is boosting yields of high-protein African yam bean

African scientists are using the tools of biotechnology to boost the climate-resiliency and yields of the high-protein African yam bean. Scientists at the International Institute…

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AgriReview

ISO 14001 delivers on ESG
Agribusiness Machinery

ISO 14001 delivers on ESG

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) has fast become one of the top considerations for companies As the pressure from regulators, politicians, investors and consumers mounts. Measuring the environmental impact and efforts to increase sustainability in…

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