The Zimbabwe Commercial Farmers Union is a registered farmers union. It was started on the initiative of large scale indigenous commercial farmers who entered the business commercial farming after independence.
Most of the crop was sold as green onions. Excellent bulbs developed before the foliage dropped. Leaves were dark green with very little Thrips or Alternaria damage, to produce a highly attractive product with great appeal to potential buyers of green onions
Piggery business in Zimbabwe can be very profitable if it is properly run under acceptable methods and conditions conducive for pig production, good management and a good business plan. The demand for pork in Zimbabwe is high, about 1000 metric tonnes per month.
The announcement of the Presidential Rural Poultry Scheme was made by Dr Masuka at the national launch of the Livestock Production Systems-Zimbabwe (LIPS-ZIM) project, which is being funded to the tune of almost US$ 6 million through a grant to the Government of Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe Commercial Farmers Union (ZCFU) has demanded transparency in the distribution of the €400 million intended for gender equality, women’s empowerment, and climate-smart agriculture in Zimbabwe. The European Union (EU) launched the €400 million facility in November last year with the goal of promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment as well as more environmentally friendly and climate-smartagriculture.