New Agribusinesses

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Setting Up and Running a Small-Scale Business Producing High-Value Foods

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Authors: 
Yeshiwas Ademe
Authors: 
Peter Fellows
Authors: 
Joseph Hounhouigan
Authors: 
Linus Gedi
Authors: 
David Harcourt,
Authors: 
Barrie Axtell
Authors: 
Cécile La Grenade
Authors: 
Michael Lubowa
Publisher: 
CTA
Year: 
2,014

Summary Report on Potential for Wine Tourism in Bolivia

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Authors: 
CBI Market Intelligence
Publisher: 
CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Year: 
2,014

Raising Earthworms Successfully

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Over the past several years, many people have begun raising earthworms as a source of income or as a means of managing organic waste. Some are drawn to the business by extravagant claims of vast potential markets for earthworms in large waste disposal systems and agriculture and as a source of food for animals. Despite these claims, the current major commercial use of earthworms is as bait for freshwater sport fishing.

Authors: 
Rhonda Sherman
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2,016

Setting up and Running a Small Food Business

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This is the first in a series of manuals on small-scale food processing, compiled by contributors from several developing countries. Intended as a practical guide for people starting or operating a food business, it covers a range of topics including: hygiene, equipment, product testing, suppliers and retailers, and financial, production and staff management.

Authors: 
Keith Atkinson
Authors: 
Barrie Axtell
Authors: 
Saliou Diop
Authors: 
Eyabi Eyabi George Divine
Authors: 
Peter Fellows
Authors: 
Happiness Mchomvu
Authors: 
Peggy Oti-Boateng
Authors: 
Robinah Sobano
Authors: 
Rosemary Wanjau
Authors: 
Rodah Zulu
Publisher: 
CTA
Year: 
2,001

Setting up and Running a Small Fruit or Vegetable Processing Enterprise

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Authors: 
Barrie Axtell
Authors: 
Peter Fellows
Authors: 
Joseph Hounhouigan
Authors: 
Peggy Oti-Boateng
Publisher: 
CTA
Year: 
2,008

Establishing and Managing Smallholder Vegetable Packhouses to Link Farms and Markets

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  1. Packhouse
  2. Importance of a Packhouse
  3. Establishing a Packhouse
  4. Packhouse Operations 
  5. Managing a Packhouse 
  6. Practical Exercises
Authors: 
Antonio L. Acedo Jr.
Authors: 
Md. Atiqur Rahman
Authors: 
Borarin Buntong
Authors: 
Durga Mani Gautam
Publisher: 
The World Vegetable Center
Year: 
2,016

Principios Básicos de Seguros Agrarios

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  1. Los riesgos en la producción agraria
  2. Los seguros agrarios. Concepto y funciones
  3. Tipos de seguros agrarios
  4. Marcos institucional y sistemas de apoyo público
  5. Políticas de apoyo a los seguros agrarios y a otras medidas de gestión de riesgos
  6. Marcos institucional y sistemas de apoyo público
Authors: 
Isabel Bardají
Authors: 
Santiago Escribano
Authors: 
Aberto Garrido
Publisher: 
Cajamar Caja Rural
Year: 
2,016

Smallholder to Shareholders: A Guide to Optimizing Partnerships with the Private Sector for Smallholder Impact

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Authors: 
Feed the Future
Publisher: 
Feed the Future
Year: 
2,014

Is Your Agribusiness Project Feasible?

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This publication reviews the types of situations requiring feasibility analyses and discusses what is involved in conducting a feasibility analysis. It is also designed to serve as a guide for conducting adequate and meaningful feasibility studies.

Authors: 
Richard W. Schermerhorn
Publisher: 
UGA Extension
Year: 
2,012

Small-Scale Farmers, Certification Schemes and Private Standards: Is There a Business Case?

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Contents: 

1. Introduction

2. Methodology

3. History and aims of certification systems

4. Coffee

5. Cocoa

6. Cotton 

7. Fruits and vegetables 

8. Contextual factors influencing certification costs and benefits

9. Conclusions

10. Recommendaitons 

11. Future outlook – four scenarios for future developments around certification

Authors: 
Michiel Kuit
Authors: 
Yuca Waarts
Publisher: 
Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA)
Year: 
2,014
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