Tag: farming

Rural Life: Poa, the chicken capital

AgribusinessTV March 1, 2024 1333 No Comments

image

Your programme, Vie Rurale, is back on Agribusiness TV. In this episode we go to Poa. Poa is located 70 km from Ouagadougou, in the province of Boulikiemdé, in the Centre-West region. It is reputed to be the poultry farming area by excellence in Burkina Faso. In this episode, we find out how poultry farmingRead More

Burkina Faso: A farmer passionate about technology

AgribusinessTV June 6, 2023 1610 No Comments

image

A financial engineer by profession, Josias KÉRÉ has a passion for agriculture and technology. He was interested to try hydroponics production for better management of water and produce more in a smaller space. This led him to a training in France, after which he returned to Burkina Faso to start his company, Agri Min

Read More

Burkina Faso: Livestock salt licks made from local ingredients

AgribusinessTV February 28, 2023 1933 No Comments

image

Abdel Latif OUÉDRAOGO stopped his studies when he was in secondary school to learn how to make livestock salt licks. In 2018, he started his company, AFABLE, which offers salt licks made from local ingredients for breeders. Four years later, Abdel Latif was able to install new premises with modern equipment imported f

Read More

Benin: Autonomous thanks to crop production

AgribusinessTV May 13, 2022 2724 No Comments

image

Joël GOVOU is the Founder of “Jojo Agro Vert”, a farm where he does crop production in Benin. Joël is a trained electrician, but during an experience on the ground, he was impressed by the world of agriculture and decided to venture into this field. A decision that he does not regret today, because this Read More

Benin: A model in agricultural diversification

AgribusinessTV December 14, 2021 2353 No Comments

image

After being featured on Agribusiness TV in 2016, the company “AgroBusiness Industriel” in Benin has evolved a lot. Its founder, Roland VIGNONFODO combines agriculture, breeding and processing, which enables him to ensure the proper functioning of his business throughout the year. “People ask me: but h

Read More

Green thumb: At Abraham’s place

AgribusinessTV December 7, 2021 1000 No Comments

image

Abraham DIAO is a gardening passionate who grows many species of plants above ground. In this video, he takes us to the discovery of his green space at home. “When I get a little on my nerves, a little upset, I go out right away and start taking care of my plants. It allows meRead More

Burkina Faso: Immersion in an irrigation company

AgribusinessTV November 23, 2021 2416 No Comments

image

To better address water scarcity issues in arid zones, Ismaël ZOUNGRANA founded his company, Agri ZOODO, in Ouagadougou. Agri ZOODO specialises in the installation and sale of irrigation systems, a technique that the promoter learned during a training in Israel. Upon his return to Burkina Faso, Ismaël received severa

Read More

Burkina Faso: The passion for breeding, from father to son

AgribusinessTV November 16, 2021 2661 No Comments

image

Abdoul Aziz BELEMVIRE is the founder of Bio Délice, a company which transforms cow’s milk into pasteurized milk, natural and sweet yoghurt. This business idea was born from an observation during his stay on the family farm. To avoid wasting unsold milk, he came up with the idea of marketing it on social networks

Read More

Burkina Faso: Maggots to better feed your poultry

AgribusinessTV November 9, 2021 2487 No Comments

image

Maggots are a natural source of animal protein for livestock. Justin ZOMBRE seized this opportunity by producing and marketing these larvae as an alternative to expensive imported foods. His ambition is to expand his business by producing other types of flies that are even more nutritious. “We are in the process

Read More

Second chance

AgribusinessTV December 3, 2019 4159 No Comments

image

Bouba Gamsonré was a victim of schizophrenia 15 years ago when he was in Cote d’Ivoire. Suddenly he became violent with himself and started wandering around the city. He was living on the street, and he no longer had contact with family and society. While being on a field visit, some volunteers of the SAULER Read More