INDUSTRY & COMPANY NEWS, AND OPINIONS
Coronavirus has impacted our society in countless ways, leading us to rethink the things we once accepted as normal.
An increasing number of consumers are looking for ways to reduce their meat consumption in favour of eco-friendly alternatives.
Soil erosion is a common problem: one that can greatly damage a farm. Sustainable options are often the solution, allowing the farm to repair eroded soil and remain profitable.
Sustainable farming is widely considered to be the future of agriculture, thanks to responsible methods that protect the environment and the resources that farmers rely on.
Responsible grazing creates added value to your products, and allows you to tap into a new market that shows great promise for the future.
The move towards sustainable methods of farming production has been in process for some time, now. Still, sustainable farming is not without its challenges.
As a potential investor in farming, one must be aware of the unique issues posed by hydroponic practices. Hydroponics are highly beneficial, but risky.
It will take some time for farmers to adapt to a new crop, but teff could hold the answers to growing food in the face of rising drought and climate change.
Food production and its practises are facing broad issues these days, many of which have come to the attention of the general public.
Organic farms are proven to be a superior option for producing healthy food, but the question remains: why are they not more prevalent within the industry?