MAKE YOUR MARK WITH A THRIVING AND SUSTAINABLE FARMING BUSINESS
Welcome to THE MARTIN RICHENHAGEN Future farm, Africa
At the Martin Richenhagen Future Farm we provide classroom and online training for aspiring farmers across Africa.
With the latest solutions in agriculture and the understanding of successful farming techniques, we can help you maximise your land, support your community and have a financially rewarding future in farming.
By empowering a new-generation of farmers, agro-dealers and agropreneurs, together we can make agriculture across Africa more sustainable and ultimately, more profitable.
our complete SHORT COURSE PROGRAMME
During the Future Farm short course programme you will learn everything there is to know about basic agronomy and farm business management. Throughout the programme our experts of industry will provide you with all the knowledge that you need to develop a profitable future in farming. The programme includes 6 modules, of which you can see a list below.
Our CLASSROOM-based Courses
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What Our Students Have to Say
The Future Farm hosted a farmer’s field day in line with its commitment to provide knowledge for sustainable food production and increased individual farm profitability. The event organized by the Future Farm and its partners: Syngenta and SeedCo exposed attendees to modern farming techniques that pave way for the future in agriculture.
The American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) – Zambia held a Thanksgiving dinner and awards ceremony to celebrate some of its member organizations who have not only excelled in their area of expertise but have also had profound impacted in Zambia.
PARTICIPANTS OF THE AGCO AGRICULTURAL FOUNDATION’S KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT GRADUATE AT THE FUTURE FARM
On Saturday 23rd October 2021, the martin Richenhagen Future Farm hosted the graduation ceremony for beneficiaries of AGCO Agriculture Foundation’s project aimed at promoting knowledge
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