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Agriculture Overview

Farm Management




It has been established that there is a strong link between hunger, poor nutrition, poverty, poor health and agriculture in developing countries. Nearly 70% of the people who live in dire poverty (earning less than US$2 per day) in the developing world live in rural agricultural areas, where their food security, income and employment is mostly dependent on crude farm practices.


The existing agricultural practices in the developing countries are characterized by Poor soil management , inefficient water use,  lack of access to plant breeding resources, lack of access to high-quality seed, lack of fuel and electricity together with the recent extreme environmental conditions have made yields in crops and animal production far lower in the region than world averages.


Efficient farm management and establishment of new viable food production and agro-processing enterprises in the rural communities will increase agricultural productivity and serve as a major stepping stone on the path out of poverty, creating opportunities for the poor to generate sustainable income and create wealth.


Our Zero-Waste Agricultural system is aimed at removing all the constraints associated with modern farming practice and we have also devised a well-planned operational model that can  easily integrate our commercial scale operations  with existing  small scale farmers. We see this huge numbers of small scale farmers as important members of our farm projects and welcome every opportunity to work and exchange ideas with them.


Community benefits  

By developing new products, technologies  and creating new market that  add value to farm produce; Bishorps aims to help improve the  returns on the activities of the farming communities, and work towards more sustainable environmental practices.