• Asamoah Amankwah is 2014 National Best Farmer

    George Asamoah Amankwah, a farmer from Tano South District of the Brong Ahafo Region is the 2014 National Best Farmer.

    His prize is a 3 bedroom fully furnished house donated by Agricultural Development Bank...

  • National Farmers’ Day Awardees Tours Sekondi-Tarkoradi

    As part of activities for the 2014 National Farmers Celebrations, awardees undertook a tour of some places in the Western regional capital of Sekondi-Takoradi , the places included a courtesy on the Western Regional House of chiefs, the Aboadzi Thermal Plant at Aboadzi, the Sekondi Naval Base, and the Tarkoradi Ports...

  • 2014 National Farmers’ Day Activities Begins With 5th National Farmers Forum

    The 2014 National Farmers’ Day celebrations began on Monday, 1st December, 2014 with the 5th National Farmers Forum held at Akroma Plaza, Takoradi in the Western Regional Capital. This is the first time the Agriculture Development Bank Sponsored farmers’ forum has been held outside the national capital because unlike previous years, where National Awardees converge in Accra, for the first time, the Awardees converged at the host region, Western Region...

  • 5 More Companies have Presented Cash and Products in Support of 2014 National Farmers’ Day Celebrations

    More companies continue to show their appreciation to the work of the gallant farmers and fishers of Ghana through their generous contribution towards the 2014 National Farmers’ Day celebrations.

    The latest to do so are Interplast Limited and Cocas Impex Limited who made a cash donation of GH¢10,000 and GH¢5,000, respectively to the Planning Committee of the 30th National Farmers’ Day...

  • Glico and Guinness Ghana Brewery Ltd Donate Towards 2014 Farmers’ Day Celebrations

    GLICO Ghana limited and Guinness Ghana Brewery Limited (GGBL) have presented cash of GH¢1000 and GH¢70,000 worth of products respectively as part of their contributions towards the 2014 National Farmers’ Day celebrations...

  • Food & Agric And Local Gov’t Ministers Tour Some Vegetable Farms In Accra
    Vegetable farmers within the Accra Metropolis who don’t have access to regular portable water will soon be relocated to the Weija, Ashiaman and Dawhenya irrigation schemes as part of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture’s effort at ensuring the production of wholesome and safe vegetables for consumption..
  • FBOs Website Launched To Help In Information Dissemination

    s part of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture’s effort at bringing together Farmer Based Organisations (FBOs), apex bodies, farmers and relevant stakeholders and actors along the agricultural value chain unto one common platform for easy dissemination of..