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3 Steps to Prepare Your Garden for Planting

Do you ever wonder why your plants don’t grow well? Or just survive instead of thrive? sowing seeds or plants into ‘dead dirt’ just won’t cut it if you …

Equity Bank to get 3 million US dollars for Small Holder Farmers

Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Willy Bett said the Agriculture Credit Guarantee Scheme agreement (ACGS) with Equity Bank will …

Airtel in trouble as farmer goes to court

A Ugandan farmer in Mayuge District has sued Airtel Uganda demanding UGX 300 million as compensation for trespassing on his land since 2011. Our report says …

10 MOST PREFERRED CERTIFIED SEED COMPANIES IN UGANDA

Do not be blackmailed. The agribusiness magazine through a survey recently conducted is proud to release the most preferred certified seed companies in Uganda. …

Competitive Advantages Of Rearing Goats Over Other Livestock

The main advantages of starting goat farming business are described below. Starting a goat farming business requires low initial investment or capital. Goats …

Steps for Starting A Goat Farming Business

Livestock farming is considered a prestigious activity in some communities in East Africa. In addition some communities use some livestock in cultural …

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