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A development and construction of a 45,000 head feedlot, on land north-west of Khartoum, Sudan. The proposed feedlot is to be constructed on three existing land portions. These portions are split into two blocks, a northern and a southern block. The northern portion is to accommodate all site infrastructure (housing, site office and weighbridge, receival/dispatch loading facilities, feed storage and processing) and the second portion is to house the arrival and exit pens, induction and processing, production pens and hospital facilities. The proposed feedlot will include 142 production pens, with each pen approximately 321 head (231 SCU) at full capacity. This assumes an average stocking density of approximately 8.0 m2/head (10.8 m2/SCU).
Egypt Brownfield Site Development30000 Acre irrigation project from brown field to fully developed in 3 years
In extreme conditions through currency devaluation this mega irrigation project was built on time within budget using cutting edge technology to grow crops in extreme conditions.
Our company participate in the development of a 100,000 + ton per year alfalfa processing and trading operation in the Republic of Sudan with a focus on export markets in the Gulf and China. With direct access to international markets, Sudan is strategically placed to service international food security demands as it is an established agriculture economy on the rise. Rising demand for alfalfa both internationally and domestically provides a low risk opportunity to source premium alfalfa in Sudan with great returns due to the low cost operating environment. The key to success is targeting regional farmers looking to access international markets with an incentivized trading program and vertical integration providing added benefit to local farmers.
Agroforestry and alfalfa
A development of 3500 ha Agroforestry project in Taijin, China.
Temperature and climatic conditions look promising to enable a minimum of 6 cuts of Alfalfa per year to be able to produce a product with a RFV of 160-180. Planting the agroforestry rows will be according to the local administration guidelines and legislation. Trees are considered for bioenergy poplar willow and acacia and fruit- pomegranate, peach, apple and mulberry bushes.