Value Chain Engineering
Scanning the environment
Establishing product life cycle
Establishing product nodes
Establishing mechanisms of preventing bullying
Identifying competences needed for farmers to be principal actors.
Preparing a value chain business model
Preparing a development plan
FEG Trust is investigating the development of the goat farmer app. The interactive app will seek to address some of the major information gaps identified during the training programs. FEG Trust would like all rural sheep and goat farmers to use the mobile phone as a business companion, advisor and business reference library.
At FEG Trust we believe in the power of association. Farmers are encouraged to network using the social media with goat farmers all over the world. Resources permitting we carry out exchange programs so that sheep and goat farmers can benefit from the experiences of others. FEG Trust creates stakeholder platforms to allow contact between farmers and government, regulatory bodies, academics and relevant business community.
A sustainable value chain is like a seed
Developing Goat And Sheep Farming In Zimbabwe
At FEG Trust we are pre-occupied with the development of goats both in terms of quality and quantity. In order to commercialise, farmers need, goat and sheep breeds that grow fast and give more meat per goat. A good quality goat should be slaughtered between 6 and 12 months when the meat is still succulent.
Semi-Organic Sheep and Goat
All sheep and goats to be slaughtered under FEG Trust engineered value chains shall be semi-organic. Apart from disease control and supplementing of feed during dry seasons, the sheep and goats shall largely remain grazers and browsers. Farmers Economic Growth Trust is committed to organise a family of goat and sheep farmers committed to give the consumer clean, safe semi-organic meat.
The Farmers Economic Growth Trust is focusing on both the domestic and export markets. FEG Trust is also developing a goat meat franchise.
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