Earning a fair share of the global value chain as a farmer can be a difficult task, but there are a few strategies you can employ to improve your chances of success.
Here are some pointers:
1. Prioritize quality: If you want to earn a fair share of the global value chain, you must produce high-quality crops and livestock. Consumers and businesses alike are willing to pay a premium for products that meet specific quality standards, such as organic, fair trade, or sustainably sourced products.
2. Innovate and adopt technology: Innovation and technology adoption can help you increase productivity and efficiency while lowering production costs and increasing profitability. For example, you could invest in precision agriculture tools to help you optimize your inputs and reduce waste.
Find out about smart farming methods from Refugees Global. We’ll walk you through the entire process.