Management of M&B Seeds and Agricultural Services Ghana Limited have rendered support to one of its loyal Seed Growers in the person of Mr. Mawuli Amenyoame.
The support, which comes in the form of a brand new ‘SonLink Tricycle’ has been presented to Mawuli at Ho, by Monica Awuku, Co-Founder and Operations Director, Ben Kemetse Co-Founder and CEO, and Oxford Agboli, Director of Finance of the company, in a brief presentation ceremony.
The support was necessary, mainly to reward loyalty, diligence and commitment. It was also to help the Farmer make greater strides in his trade.
Mawuli Amenyoame is a dedicated Seed Grower (Farmer) who started his journey with M&B Seeds during the 2009 season and has been consistent ever since.
He has been cultivating his site at Hodzo in the Ho Municipality of the Volta region and has been producing high quality seeds year after year.
The value of Mawuli’s output per farming season allows him to earn approximately Ten Thousand Cedis (GHC 10,000) and more. And for his years of hard work with M&B Seeds, one is right to guess how good his earnings have been.
Mr. Amenyoame remains one of the most consistent, trusted and loyal Seed Growers working with M&B Agricultural Services Ghana Limited. We look forward to many more years of plentiful yields with him. Kudos Efo Mawuli!!!
M&B Seeds and Agricultural Services (Gh.) Ltd, conducted a capacity building session for a group of local Farmers that have received on hands training for the best farming practices at Adaklu district of the Volta Region. The training, which is one of the major project executed by M&B Seeds and Agricultural Services Ghana Limited, forms part of the Company’s commitment to farmers who work with them. The session which started indoors continued to the field where practical demonstrations were given.
A group of local Farmers have received hands on training on best farming practices at Afegame-Kpetoe in the Adaklu Anyigbe district of the Volta Region.
The training, which is one of several such already executed by M&B Seeds and Agricultural Services Ghana Limited, forms part of the Company’s commitment to farmers who work with them.
The session which started indoors continued to the field where practical demonstrations were given.
Agricultural Experts Ben Kemetse, Co-Founder and CEO of the company, Sampson Nartey of Ministry of Food and Agriculture and Dr. Kenneth Fafa Egbadzor of the Ho Technical University, took turns to impart knowledge and their technical know-how to the local farmers.
M&B Seeds and Agricultural Services Ghana Limited are experts in the production of quality seeds as well rendering of modern solutions in extension services to farmers, all geared towards maximizing yields and improving livelihoods.
M&B Seeds and Agricultural Services (Gh.) Ltd. produces and markets high-yielding, drought-tolerant seed for small-cale farmers in West Africa. M&B Seeds received a debt/equity investment from Injaro Agricultural Capital Holdings to execute an aggresive strategy to grow operations from 100 to 1000 metric tons of seed sold annually to small-scale farmers in Ghana.
M&B Seeds planned to grow operations from 100 to 1000 metric tons of seed sold annually to small-scale farmers in Ghana.The need in M&B was to lay the foundations for business growth with effective management practices. The business needed systems, tools, and procedures tailored for a seed production agribusiness. Read more “Laying foundations to grow by 10X over 5 years”
Agricultural productivity may also be measured by what is termed total factor productivity (TFP). This method of calculating agricultural productivity compares an index of agricultural inputs to an index of outputs. This measure of agricultural productivity was established to remedy the shortcomings of the partial measures of productivity; notably that it is often hard to identify the factors cause them to change. Changes in TFP are usually attributed to technological improvements.
The Need in M&B was to lay the foundations for business growth with effective managemnt practices. The business needed systems, tools, and procedures tailored for a seed production agribusiness.
Our Results from our embedded approach included 171% top-line revenue growth over 9 months, expected 21% cost reductions due to efficiency improvements, and increased pro-activeness among middle managers to take initiative in solving business challenges.