Pictures of the Best Farmers as they await for the winner.
This year's edition which is under the theme 'Farming as a business, from farm to the market' will see the best ten farmers walking away with sh150m.
Last year, Betty Mbaziira from Isingiro district became the first woman to win the annual competition since it started five years ago.
The 34-year-old says she used her little savings to buy 50 trees of citrus in 2002 as a side business to generate more income.
Kween district has a farmer who has mastered the art in making a fortune in Irish potatoes.
The project, is located at Magigye/Nabutiti near Gayaza, Wakiso district, about 15.6 km from Kampala city centre, Uganda’s capital and largest city. The...
The idea to make these started around 2004, when the prices of matooke drastically dropped in Bunyangabo district.
Acan is one of the district’s big names in poultry and piggery.
Vision Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Robert Kabushenga says the idea of the best farmer’s competition was ‘born’ on a flight to Addis Ababa.
In total, 46 farmers have so far been awarded and have travelled to the Netherlands. The number will rise to 59 after today’s awards. Out of these, 17...
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