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#TIPS to reduce chick mortality

AgribusinessTV

December 26, 2017

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Very often, many producers face high mortality rate of their chicks. This mortality is noted especially during the first eight days after hatching until the age of two months. Mortality is often due to the condition of the house, outside predators, cold, etc.

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Régis EZIN: “Failure is still a beautiful thing when you know how to take advantage of it”

AgribusinessTV

November 7, 2017

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Regis EZIN is a serial entrepreneur from Benin. While he has had many successes, Regis has also known failures in his career. In this video, he tells us about one of his initiatives that did not work very well, but he learned a lot from the experience.

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Michel JOSEPH: “Behind every successful person, there are surely failures”

AgribusinessTV

October 31, 2017

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Michel JOSEPH, journalist at the Caribbean Radio, has had many successes. Recently, he won the prize of the Young Francophone of the Year 2017. Michel became very popular in his country by specialising in social issues. But behind his success and popularity of

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Sarah MESBAHI: “When you fall off your horse, you have to go back up”

AgribusinessTV

October 24, 2017

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Sarah MESBAHI is a young chocolatier from Belgium. With a background in Human Resource Management, Sarah had a passion for chocolate making. And to bring her passion to a professional level, she decided to take a course in chocolate and confectionery, and she

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Charly Tchatch: “Sometimes, we need to fail to discover that good door which is ours”

AgribusinessTV

October 17, 2017

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In this first video of our series on “Our Sweet Failures”, Charly Tchatch, a young entrepreneur from Gabon shares his story and reflections on failure. These difficult situations that has led him to unexpected success.

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Burkina Faso : Catching up with Richard Mone

AgribusinessTV

August 15, 2017

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One year later, we went to visit Richard Moné on his farm in Loumbila, Burkina Faso. Richard is one of the first agricultural entrepreneur on whom Agribusiness TV did a video in 2016. “I think that as an entrepreneur, there is nothing more satisfying than a

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A newspaper to inform and train farmers

AgribusinessTV

July 4, 2017

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In Cameroon, farmers have their own newspaper: The Farmer’s Voice. More than just a simple information tool, this monthly newspaper is a companion for many farmers in times of struggle. “I am growing tomato because The Farmer’s Voice showed me where to g

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The Farmer’s Voice: to inform and train farmers (16 minutes)

AgribusinessTV

July 4, 2017

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In Cameroon, farmers have their own newspaper: The Farmer’s Voice. More than just a simple information tool, this monthly newspaper is a companion for many farmers in times of struggle. “I am growing tomato because The Farmer’s Voice showed me where to g

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A model of contract farming

AgribusinessTV

June 23, 2017

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In Gaoua, in the South-West of Burkina Faso, Nahondomo PALENFO cultivates dozens of hectares of various crops. This year, he has also ventured into the transformation of rice and has put in place the very first mini rice mill of the region. This industrial uni

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A new future for farming in Cote d’Ivoire

AgribusinessTV

January 10, 2017

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How will the future of agriculture look like in Cote d’ivoire? Watch this 12-minute report of FRANCE 24 – an investigation with Daniel Oulaï, Jean-Delmas Ehui from ICT4DEV, Cléophas Mosala from Agribusiness TV, and Julien Appia.

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In the country of “bicycle chicken”

AgribusinessTV

December 30, 2016

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Burkina Faso produces +34 million chickens every year. In the villages, almost all families rear chicken traditionally. “It’s an activity that can really help women to come out of poverty. The production of local chicken is not a busy activity. The chicken

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Cassava in all its forms

AgribusinessTV

December 8, 2016

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In Central Africa, cassava is considered as one of the strategic crops because of its contribution to food and nutrition security, as well as job creation, especially for women and youth. But at the same time, there are still many challenges along the cassava

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