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22nd June 2018
 Parallel challenges and opportunities for poultry investors and producers in Nigeria, Ethiopia and Ghana Parallel challenges and opportunities for poultry investors and producers in Nigeria, Ethiopia and Ghana

Speakers from the poultry industries of Nigeria, Ethiopia and Ghana shared their challenges and opportunities in the afternoon Invest In Africa session on the first day of VIV Europe

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 Power for farming: FG Wilson SPONSORED Power for farming: FG Wilson

FG Wilson's generator sets are extensively used in the agricultural sector and set to drive efficiency of varied farming practices

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 John Deere to supply 10,000 tractors to Nigerian smallholders John Deere to supply 10,000 tractors to Nigerian smallholders

The Nigerian government has signed a MoU agreement with the Nigerian Agricultural Mechanisation and Equipment Leasing Company (NAMEL) and John Deere, to supply 10,000 tractors to the country's smallholder farmers

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 Case IH extends support to strengthen sustainability of Ghanaís agriculture Case IH extends support to strengthen sustainability of Ghana's agriculture

Case IH is donating machinery and expertise to Damongo Agricultural College in the Northern Region of Ghana, to help train Ghana's farmers of the future

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 Africa should adopt regulatory standards to protect pig rearing Africa should adopt regulatory standards to protect pig rearing

African countries need to implement regulatory standards to protect the growing pig rearing across the continent, according to Victor Yamo, humane and sustainable agriculture campaigns manager at World Animal Protection

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 AfDB approves US$42mn grant to develop Sudanís agribusiness AfDB approves US$42mn grant to develop Sudan's agribusiness

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved US$42mn grants to support the national agriculture investment plan in Sudan

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 Maschio Gaspardo opens new office in South Africa Maschio Gaspardo opens new office in South Africa

Maschio Gaspardo, the international group leader in the production of agriculture equipment for tillage, seeding, crop care, green maintenance and haymaking, has opened a new commercial branch in South Africa

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 Senegalese leaders call for poultry industry investment Senegalese leaders call for poultry industry investment

Dr Sakho, Secretary-General for Senegal's Ministry of Agriculture, opened the Invest in Africa seminars at VIV Europe 2018 with an upbeat call for investment in the West African country's poultry industry

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 Agritrade to contract 5,000 tobacco farmers in Zimbabwe Agritrade to contract 5,000 tobacco farmers in Zimbabwe

Agritrade, Africa-focused tobacco contractor, is planning to support more than 5,000 farmers in Zimbabwe in the next cropping season, as the output of tobacco is estimated to surpass the targeted 200mn kilogrammes

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 VSTís power tillers ideal for Africaís different agricultural fields VST's power tillers ideal for Africa's different agricultural fields

VST, power tillers and tractors manufacturer, has published a case study, aiming to study the field performance of VST products in the paddy fields of Nigeria

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 FAO, Rabobank renew partnership to help African farmers FAO, Rabobank renew partnership to help African farmers

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and Rabobank signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to renew their partnership to boost productivity for small farmers

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The tricks of the trade The tricks of the trade

Jade Dyson, director of Gafta Singapore, gives the low-down on the hidden dangers lurking in international trade contracts. The full article has been published in the latest issue of African Farming

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Balancing act for nutrients in oil palm cultivation Balancing act for nutrients in oil palm cultivation

Insufficient amount of nutrients will stop growth, reduce yield and in acute circumstances cause deficiency symptoms. Dr Terry Mabbett writes. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Far Eastern Agriculture

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 Ingenico, Paycode team up on Zambia subsidy programme Ingenico, Paycode team up on Zambia subsidy programme

France's Ingenico Group said it partnered with payments technology company Paycode to help Zambia roll out a biometric system which is used to distribute subsidies

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