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The 2020-2021 season saw local wheat farmers produce 250 000tonnes against an annual requirement of 400 000tonnes. This resulted in a deficit of 150 000tonnes and created an opportunity for new and existing farmers to start or expand their farm businesses.


Russia and Ukraine account for nearly 30 percent of global wheat exports combined, and since war broke out two weeks ago, wheat prices have hit record highs, with food and agricultural experts warning of increased global food insecurity.

If you're a farmer interested in learning about wheat production and how to scale your farm business, or an aspiring farmer looking for the best practices in starting and growing your own farm, this is the event for you.

Hosted by Agribusiness Media, the webinar will feature expert speakers from SeedCo, Zimnat THI Insurance, and ZFC Limited, who will discuss everything from the fundamentals of wheat farming to tips on scaling your business. You'll also find out about available resources that can help get your business off the ground and running smoothly.

Be sure to join us this Friday at 10am.

The webinar is free; just add to your calendar.


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