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S3P Promoting Diversification Among 60, 000 Farmer Households

By Amos Zulu                       

Small scale farms account for 80 percent of all farms in sub- Saharan African.  In Zambia, Small holders who constitute the largest component of farmers in the country contribute about 90 per cent of the food consumed. However, maize centrism by many small holder farmers is at the expense of other equally or even more profitable cash crops.

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VET DISCOVERS NEW RESEARCH

By Happy Mulolani                        

There are various studies that have been conducted on livestock diseases by experts under the Department of Livestock and Veterinary services in the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, which are worth documenting and enlightening the public on in a quest to share knowledge.

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New Livestock Infrastructure In Muchinga

By TEHILLAH  MBEWE

Livestock infrastructure has been a major challenge for smallholder livestock farmers, resulting in failure to prevent and control livestock diseases in a timely manner.

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Tobacco Debate

By Nicholas Mwale

“Let me put it on record that as a sector, although we support regulation, we cannot, and we will not support extreme regulation of any nature,” so proclaims International Tobacco Growers Association (ITGA).

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New Livestock Infrastructure In Muchinga

By TEHILLAH  MBEWE

Livestock infrastructure has been a major challenge for smallholder livestock farmers, resulting in failure to prevent and control livestock diseases in a timely manner.

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