Posts in Category 'Africa'

AGCO Agriculture Foundation’s Poultry Project Empowers Farming Communities to Optimize the Growing Poultry Market in Zambia

The coronavirus pandemic has exposed difficulties facing Africa's poultry industry, including day-old chick price volatility, limited access to quality inputs, and lack of skills and knowledge of production and marketing. Alternatively, the pandemic has shown the potential of the poultry sector to help address food insecurity for millions of marginalized households.

Tillage Study in Wheat

AGCO puts farmers first, and that means discovering ways to unlock yield potential while farming more efficiently and sustainably. AGCO’s Agronomy and Advanced Farm Solutions team is hard at work bringing the latest research from fields around the globe to the farmers who feed the world. Check back every Tuesday for a new agronomic research study as the team explores different crops, equipment, pathogens, and growing practices.

Helping refugees become farmers in one of Africa’s largest refugee complexes

Deko Boray Sagar, a mother of six, said, “In the past, my children were malnourished because of poor food varieties. Since I started growing vegetables and fruits, I have been able to feed my children a more nutritious diet. This is one of the greatest benefits of this project, and I’m grateful for this support.”

Straightforward. Dependable. Connected. Meet the New Massey Ferguson MF 8S Series Tractor Range

Massey Ferguson is proud to announce the launch of the completely new MF 8S Series, which introduces a new era of Straightforward and Dependable tractors, delivering new levels of comfort and efficiency for fully connected smart and sustainable farming.

The AGCO “Spring into Summer” Fruit & Veg Quiz

Do you see yourself as “top banana” when it comes to your fruit and veg knowledge? Take the AGCO “Spring into Summer” Fruit & Veg Quiz today to see if you find yourself “in a pickle” or stay “cool as a cucumber” answering our 10 tricky questions. Whatever the result, hopefully there are no “sour grapes” and you share online or challenge a friend. Good luck!

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