SOLUTIONS FARM is an integrated agricultural company registered under in Rwanda with location of NYAGATARE sector in Eastern province to carry out agriculture and farming related business and activities. company has since inception operated as a development-focused integrated agribusiness company that addresses food insecurities to contribute meaningfully to Rwanda’s prosperity and social development. Our core business areas are crops farming, livestock farming , supply of agriculture products such as maize, beans, soybeans to the regional markets . Prior to its incorporation, the company started operation in 2008 with its flagship service including crops production such as: maize, beans and soybeans, livestock farming including cow, goat. The company has its corporate office in Kigali, Rwanda with farmland in NYAGATARE District , Eastern province of Rwanda. SOLUTIONS FARM has evolved to become a leading exporter of fresh agricultural products from Rwanda through its flagship and local markets supplying. Collectively, these products are grown on our 20-ha diversified crop farm and livestock farming . Our commitment to providing our clients with fresh-free disease farm products and best products in the global market has positioned us as a leader in the provision of expert agronomy services in a bid to provide fast and cost-effective solutions to those who rely on us.
We deliver fresh products at markets including crops products, meat and eggs
We care about our products satisfaction from clients order now and be the first to experience it
We use organic manure while planting and caring our crops
Glory Mixed farm practices crops production includes the production and management of row crops such as soybean, corn, tomato, rice, sweet potatoes and Irish potatoes for the aim of markets supplies profit.
Our farming area practices activities related to livestock farming for the aim of supplying meat and milk to different markets
We’re organic row crop farmers and animal manure prepared organic fertilizer distributers
When it comes to organic fertilizer for farming, we use inputs that work. Our specialty is fertilizer for organic farmers.
Pig farming or pork farming or hog farming is the raising and breeding of domestic pigs as livestock, and is a branch of animal husbandry. Pigs are farmed principally for food (e.g. pork: bacon, ham, gammon) and skins.
Poultry farming is the form of animal husbandry which raises domesticated birds such as chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese to produce meat or eggs for food. Poultry – mostly chickens – are farmed in great numbers. More than 60 billion chickens are killed for consumption annually.
Organic manures are natural products used by farmers to provide food for the crop plants. Organic manures are beneficial in the cultivation of crops. They increase the organic matter in the soil which in turn releases the plant food in available from the use of crops.
Many of us associate milk with our childhoods. Whether it was enjoyed over our favorite cereal before school, paired with a cookie before bed, or flavored with chocolate syrup for the ultimate slumber-party treat, milk was a daily staple. Fast forward to adulthood. Now, you seldom fill your glass, mug, or bowl with milk. That may make you wonder if milk is necessary for adults—and if you’re missing something other than the magic of childhood. Here are four reasons you may want to revisit the childhood habit of drinking milk, ideally three glasses a day, to benefit your health.
Smallholder farmers commonly use maize and bean intercropping to increase soil nitrogen and enhance agricultural productivity. If intercropped, the choice of the legume intercrop should be based on presence of soil and climatic conditions that meet the requirements of both maize and the legume of choice. Maize-legume systems usually produce less maize than maize monoculture but provide higher economic returns. Higher land productivity makes maize-legume systems especially suitable for smallholders. Intercropping maize with legumes also increases land utility and regulates pests.