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15:32
15:32

Cattle Thefts Worry Bunyoro Farmers security 1 6

Statistics from the Albertine region police headquarters indicate that over 100 cases of cattle thefts have been recorded since November last year.
18:45
18:45

Young Farmers Want Government to Recruit More Extension Workers Agriculture 3

In his response, Abubakar Mohammed Moki, the Commissioner of Policy development and Capacity Building at the Cabinet Secretariat from the Office the President, Moki advised them to opt for Famer to Farmer extensions explaining that farmers who are knowledgeable in a given area can move out to support other farmers so as to meet the challenges of the partner and finding solutions
07:33
07:33

Bunyoro Coffee Farmers Demand UGX 1.2Bn from UCDA 4

According to the farmers, UCDA owes them Shillings 1.2 billion for 3,689,998 coffee seedlings they supplied between 2017 and 2019. Each seedling was valued at 350 Shillings.
15:36
15:36

Hoima Leaders to Institute Committee to Verify Tobacco Farmers President Museveni 1

Last year, President Yoweri Museveni promised to Compensate more than 1,300 tobacco farmers after the tobacco buying companies failed to meet their contractual obligation to pay them.
10:50
10:50

Fears of Famine As Mubuku Water Levels Reduce River Sebwe 3 5 Top story

Edward Tusiime, one of the farmers benefiting from Mubuku Irrigation scheme, says during the dry spell the water is very low. He says the increase of human activities on the upper stream especially sand mining, indicates that the worst is yet to come. But today the main purpose cannot be achieved as the waters in the river continue to go down.
15:14
15:14

Agriculture Ministry Rolls Out ACDP Project in Bunyoro Farmers 1

The World Bank funded project whose overall objective is to raise on-farm productivity, production, and marketable volumes of selected agricultural commodities (maize, beans, rice, cassava and coffee) will benefit the districts of Hoima, Kikuube, Kiryandongo, Kakumiro, Kibaale and Masindi.
06:56
06:56

Hoima Authorities Threaten to Suspend Operations of Alliance One Tobacco Company Farm Inputs 3

Andrew Kasambeko, the Manager Alliance One Tobacco says most farmers grew more tobacco than what they were contracted to do, adding that some farmers went ahead to contract other farmers not known to Alliance One to grow Tobacco on their behalf, which contravenes the contract.
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