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We are a non-profit online community of visionary, dedicated and passionate farmers who have come together to encourage, share and assist one another with valuable Production Information and Technology regarding the best agricultural practices and trends across the world. Our primary goal is to Promote Sustainable Agriculture as a viable tool to Food Security across the world.
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 90 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations – from soybeans, corn and cotton to sugar and ethanol, beef, fertilizers and orange juice.
 
Rabobank's RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness team has 85 analysts working in local teams across the worldwide Rabobank network. They generate knowledge, and develop views and insights on businesses, topics and developments in the food & agribusiness sectors across the globe. All analysts have their own sector specialisations—ranging from meat and fish to dairy, vegetables, fruit and floriculture, coffee and cocoa.
 
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If you are setting up your poultry farm in a distant place away from where constant electricity supply is a fairy-tale, you have to look at the area and find out how regularly they get electricity and how much it would cost you to buy a generator and fuel it monthly. Or else a good solar system would be a cheaper option. This episode is also availa…
 
In this two-part episode from our Agri Commodities channel, we join ACMR analysts Carlos Mera and Michael Magdovitz as they discuss the high price environment in G&O and the risks ahead for 2022. Wheat, feed grains, and vegetable oils all hit multi-year highs in 2022 due to supply issues and strong demand. Looking ahead, the development of La Niña,…
 
Last week we discussed management of newly born piglets. The discussion today is a continuation but focused on management of weaned piglets. Weaning is the process of stopping the piglets from suckling the sow. This is done by removing the sow from the farrowing unit or removing piglets from the sow unit to their new pen. Weaning is the most stress…
 
Most people can probably say, “I know how to milk a cow – I’ve been doing that all my life!” The trouble, though, is that like most people, you might have developed bad habits. This was the case with one of our friends, a small-scale dairy farmer from Odzi, who said he had to “re-train” his teenage sons to milk because, in his words, “they got lazy…
 
Goats are prone to a number of parasites, some more harmful than others. Good management can reduce the burden to below levels of economic damage but complete elimination is unrealistic to achieve. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://zaszambia.wordpress.com/2022/01/07/lets-talk-goats-external-parasites/…
 
Consumer knowledge of and interest in proteins is developing in nations with affluent populations. Meat has long been the primary source of protein, and protein consumption has expanded in developing economies in recent years. However, changing consumer behaviour and interest in various protein sources, owing to health and environmental concerns as…
 
Every broiler farmer's dream is to achieve very good weights, with low mortality, and raising birds in the shortest period possible. This helps them to get better return on investment (ROI). Let's go through some of the key points on how to achieve the best from our chicks. This podcast is also available as a blog post here: https://zaszambia.wordp…
 
The common understanding of agriculture as a sector changed dramatically following Davis and Golberg’s release of “A Concept of Agribusiness in 1957.” Their work offered a new approach to viewing and working with the agricultural sector and laid the foundation for the modern understanding of agribusiness. From that point, the sector became viewed a…
 
Goats can generally survive off the existing vegetation. They are a particularly useful animal to keep on areas that cannot be made arable, are rocky or with steep slopes. The manure is extremely useful for gardens and crop fields. They are widely kept in almost all rural areas and to a large extent serve as a small savings account with interest pa…
 
Climate change could negatively impact banana cultivation in some of the world’s most important producing and exporting countries, a study has revealed. Bananas are recognised as the most important fruit crop – providing food, nutrition and income for millions in both rural and urban areas across the globe. While many reports have looked at the imp…
 
Soft commodities have seen a price surge in 2021, with coffee topping the price change charts. In part two of this two-part episode from our Agri Commodities channel, we join ACMR analysts Carlos Mera and Michael Magdovitz as they discuss the risks for coffee and sugar in 2022. Looking ahead, the development of La Niña in Brazil will be key for the…
 
The walls of a permanent piggery may be made of brick or stone with cement and should be of nine inch thickness. The walls should be plastered and coated with fine cement up to a height of 4 to 5ft. The corners and the place where the walls join the floor should be made smooth and round. The walls should be 4 to 5ft. high from the floor. The rest o…
 
It is often said that excess cooking is dangerous for our health and that we must avoid burning food. When cooking certain categories of food at high temperature or for a long period of time, several molecules are produced among which some are pleasant and others potentially toxic and dangerous for the health. This podcast is also available as a bl…
 
There is an overwhelming number of diets available on the internet, which attract people with their “before and after” pictures of diet followers. However, not all are sustainable, suitable, and effective. Some diets focus on reducing appetite to minimize food intake, which in turn restricts the intake of calories, fat, and carbohydrates and some o…
 
It’s been another difficult couple of months for farmers trying to procure fertilisers, with global benchmarks continuing to increase rapidly. In our latest podcast, Wes Lefroy and Cheryl Kalisch Gordon examine some of the lead indicators that may signal material declines in the fertiliser price ahead. They hope listeners leave with some clear indi…
 
A 25 year old lady from Kabwe becomes one of the first female snail farmers (heliciculture) who runs a company that extracts snails’ mucus into beauty products. "Every snail farmer is a great solution to beauty,” says Precious Muka Botha! 25 year old Precious Muka Botha is a snail farmer who is based in Kabwe, Zambia! She is very creative and innov…
 
We get into business with different motives. However, because entrepreneurship is a jungle of sorts only the very best survive as the weak ones are easily eliminated. Statistics show that 80% of businesses in operation today will fail in the next 5 years. So what makes some entrepreneurs better than others? What type of entrepreneur are you? This e…
 
Angus Gidley-Baird and Genevieve Steven chat with Global Animal Protein Strategist and lead author of Rabobank's Global Animal Protein Outlook, Justin Sherrard, about what key things we believe will affect livestock markets in 2022 and what the production outlook is by region and by commodity.
 
To discuss how sustainability in G&O looks across Asia, Rabobank’s Industry Analyst in Shanghai, Lief Chiang, and Senior Research Analyst in Singapore, Oscar Tjakra, join Sydney-based Agriculture Analyst and colleague Dennis Voznesenski. Oscar, Lief, and Dennis discuss which aspects of sustainability are the most important in each region, which seg…
 
In an unfortunate scenario, when one considers market gardening projects to undertake locally, lettuce is hardly top of the list, whilst it is relatively easy to farm and is not financially intensive. This is simply because it requires no major infrastructure development and can be done at a small scale. The following are basic guidelines which sho…
 
Rabobank’s Head of Rural Banking in Argentina, Ricardo Gonzalez, joins Cheryl Kalisch Gordon to share how Argentine grain & oilseed farmers are tackling sustainability on the farm, the role of technology in their approaches, and how he thinks they’re placed to manage increasing sustainability demands, including managing carbon emissions.…
 
Rosemary is mostly grown under dryland conditions. When under irrigation, care should be taken not to over irrigate. Irrigation at planting is essential and supplementary irrigation is advised until the plants are well established. Once established with a strong root system, rosemary can produce well if rainfall is above 500mm per year. In wetter a…
 
Everyone knows that eggs are healthy and a great source of high quality protein, especially egg white. One whole egg contains six to seven grams of protein, along with vitamins, minerals, iron, carotenoids, and disease fighting nutrients like zeaxanthin and lutein. It also contains all nine essential amino acids in the right ratios. This podcast is…
 
Japan and South Korea remain two very important markets for Australian beef. Following the release of the recent report, Uncovering the Value of the Japanese and South Korean Beef Markets, Cheryl Kalisch Gordon speaks with the report's author, Angus Gidley-Baird. Angus Gidley-Baird (@angus_gb) / Twitter Cheryl Kalisch Gordon (@kalischgordon) / Twit…
 
This article serves to give you guidance on how best to do Beef fattening. Beef prices normally changes with season and higher prices are realized for good grades during the dry season when most animals are in a deteriorating condition. The choice of reconditioning and adding some weight of the animal during a short period normally pays off when do…
 
Australia has just committed to net-zero carbon by 2050 at COP26, and local and global markets are increasingly asking for the sustainability credentials of Australian grains. Cheryl Kalisch Gordon speaks to Crawford Taylor, Head of Sustainable Business Development for Rabobank Australia, about what Australian grain farmers need to know about susta…
 
Testing your soil pH is crucial if you want to avoid losses. Your soil pH is key to understanding if essential nutrients will be available to the roots of your plants. Plants can only access these nutrients if the soil pH is within a certain range. If it isn’t, your crops will never make it no matter how much fertilizer you add. Let’s go back to sc…
 
Private sector initiatives, propelled in part by investor pressure, have been a significant driving force for sustainability in the US grain & oilseed sector. In a chat with Saint Louis-based Senior G&O Analyst Steve Nicholson, Dennis Voznesenski finds out what the shift toward sustainability means for US grain & oilseed farmers and supply chain pa…
 
Cassava products can be used in livestock feeding. Large quantities of cassava roots and cassava waste are utilized in the cassava-producing countries for this purpose. Let us take a look at some cassava products that are used in feeding livestock. This podcast is also available as a blog post here: https://zaszambia.wordpress.com/2021/11/06/5-cass…
 
At the current rate of population and demographics, we need to double food production over the next two decades. Thus, the demand for aquaculture will surely increase in the future, which in turn, fuels the growth of the aquafeed industry. This podcast is also available as a blog post here: https://zaszambia.wordpress.com/2021/11/02/alternative-aqu…
 
Consumer preferences and government policy responses in the EU are setting the pace in global sustainability transitions. Cheryl Kalisch Gordon chats with Stefan Vogel to find out what this means for EU grain & oilseed farmers, supply chain partners, and food manufacturers. How they are responding? What does this already mean for grains, oilseeds, …
 
Analysis paralysis or paralysis by analysis is simply the 𝘀𝘁𝗮𝘁𝗲 𝗼𝗳 𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗿-𝗮𝗻𝗮𝗹𝘆𝘇𝗶𝗻𝗴(𝗼𝗿 𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗿𝘁𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗸𝗶𝗻𝗴) a situation which may lead to indecisiveness or inaction. This eventually prevents a project or idea from coming to fruition. A would-be farmer suffering from analysis paralysis gets trapped in the process of overanalysing information needed to make a…
 
As global urea prices move toward 2008 levels, farmers across the northern and southern hemisphere face a difficult decision: buy nitrogen now, or hold out for a price drop? Samuel Taylor (North America), Lief Chiang (China), and Stefan van Merrienboer (Europe) join Wes Lefroy (Australia) to help dissect what is happening in the global nitrogen mar…
 
Indigenous chickens are mostly kept under a free-range system in small flocks of less than 30 birds. They are more adapted to local conditions than the hybrids but have a lower productivity. Breeding indigenous chickens for improvement of the breed is very feasible for the specialist. This podcast is also available as a blog post here: https://zasz…
 
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