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We’ve Allocated £25 Million To Livestock Production: Deputy Agric Minister Reveals



According to the government, it has invested roughly 25 million euros in the soya and maize value chains in order to improve animal output, particularly in the Northern region.

The government asserts that it is assiduously collaborating with important parties to guarantee that the costs of fertilizers and other agricultural supplies are subsidized.

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Mohammed Hardi Turferu, the deputy agriculture minister in charge of livestock, stated during a speech at the Akukor Tasty Brand Activation in Tema that his organization has “developed the Savannah Improvement Programme to help farmers develop lands” as part of its project to support poultry farming.

The AkokoTasty initiative aims to market and provide domestic poultry to Ghanaian customers on a wider scale, according to Edith Akosa Wheatland, CEO of Rock Land Farms.

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Victor Oppong Adjei, President of the National Poultry Farmers Association, emphasized the need for poultry importers in the nation to more actively market locally produced broilers to Ghanaian consumers.

The country must assure sustainable development growth in the poultry business, he continued, in order to expand local chicken production and meet the nation’s protein needs.

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