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Over 150 nominated in the Uganda best farmer award
Publish Date: Jan 30, 2014
Over 150 nominated in the Uganda best farmer award
Ugandas Best Farmer Awards 2014
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By Emmanuel Luganda

Over 150 farmers have been nominated in the ongoing Uganda’s Best Farmer competition. A sh150m reward and a trip to Netherlands await those who will be named the best farmers later this year.

Vision Group in partnership with dfcu bank and the Netherland Embassy in Uganda are searching for Uganda’s best farmers in a project that will run until September.

There are over 150 nominations so far and the best farmers will be profiled across Vision Group Media platforms.

Harvest Money shall profile nominees every Tuesday until September, when a panel of judges shall select the best farmers.

Different farmers involved in different Agricultural activities from different regions of Uganda have been nominated as shown in the list below.     


LIST OF NOMINEES AS AT January 22

Nominations for Best Farmer contest in Uganda as at January 2014 by The New Vision

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