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Crop production

You can grow crops for use as food and fiber. 

These include plants or plant products that can be grown and harvested extensively for profit or subsistence

Tree crops

Tree crops are popular for small businesses and family farms

Arables

Grain crops, pulse crops and tuber crops form the largest of daily meals.

Fruits and Vegetables

These are important in daily diet ad highly profitable

We will help you grow crops that are important sources of food and raw materials

Livestock production

Production of milk, egg, meat for human consumption and raw materials for industries. The milk and meat provide important nutritional compounds, especially protein.

Poultry

Raise birds domestically or commercially, primarily for meat and eggs

Ruminants

Primarily include cattle, sheep and goats

Monogastrics

Gives you a higher return on your investment.

If you are confused about the choice of animal to farm? Contact us for guidance

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You can also invest in Fish-farming, Snails, and Bees (for honey).

Fishery

A combination of sustainable fisheries and aquaculture is key to feeding current and meeting future demands

Bee-keeping

Bees don't just provide honey but they make the production of foods possible.

Snails

Snail breeding can yield quick money. Mucus, commonly known as snail slime, has medical properties and is used in cosmetics.

Fish, Bees and Snails yield impressive profits.

We are building a community of agriculture enthusiasts where you can share and learn more and feed your passion.

Welcome to Smart-farming

Modern Irrigation

It is utilized to help with the development of rural yields, support of scenes, and revegetation of aggravated soils in dry zones and amid times of deficient precipitation

Precision farming

Makes use of satellite technology allowing real-time management of crops, fields, and animals. This helps to monitor and reduce the environmental impact of farming

Analytics

Data Analytics in Agriculture provides Better Risk Assessments. It provides insights that could make farmers and other members of the agriculture supply chain more aware of risks

Vertical farming

This allows the use of small space to grow crops in vertically stacked layers and often incorporates optimal plant growth, soilless farming such as aquaponics and aeroponics under a controlled- environment

Organic Farming

This is method of crop and livestock production that involves much more than choosing not to use pesticides, fertilizers, genetically modified organisms, antibiotics and growth hormones

Greenhouse Farming

These are enclosed spaces used for growing crops only. The temperature and humidity of the space is regulated to make it possible for certain crops to grow and thrive regardless of the external weather conditions

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