Classroom training

COVID19 Information

The Future Farm is now open for business!! We will be happy to welcome you for face to face training, conferences and seminars. Send your enquiries via our contact page.

All Covid-19 protocols and guidelines will be followed 

For those that prefer classroom-based training, we have a portfolio of courses that are held on-site at the Martin Richenhagen Future Farm in Lusaka, Zambia.

Gain access to the knowledge of our industry experts in person and get a hands-on learning experience that will leave you feeling ready to take on the next chapter of your journey as a successful farmer.

Check out our classroom courses below.


A classroom-based version of our complete Short Course programme.


Learn about the individual parts and functions of your machinery, how to maintain the different systems and the best storage methods.

Out of season Tractor Maintenance

In this course we will look at cleaning tips, how to prevent overnight condensation, protection from humidity and pests, removing weight from the tyres and protecting the metal parts of your machine.


In this course, we look at the various pests and diseases that affect crop growth in various stages and post-harvest. You will learn best practices for pests and diseases diagnosis and control. 

What Our Students Have to Say

The training was an invaluable learning experience for me. A combination of presentations, hands-on practical and simulations were used during the course, which made grasping the different agronomy concepts easy and fun. I found the training content authentic and it gave me the necessary knowledge and skills to help me expand my agronomy expertise.
Carolyne Kambura
From Kenya
My six weeks training at the Future Farm gave me an opportunity to learn about the various integrated agricultural solutions that AGCO offers to boost farm productivity. The agronomy training enabled me to better understand the modern farming methods, which I was able to put into practice while working on a demonstration plot.
Gilbert Milgo
From Kenya

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