Cluster Farming; make the difference

The Cluster Farming approach, begins by confronting the notions that profitable farms must be large (>500 Ha), level valuable rainforest, move people from their ancestral land and must depend on the Western export market. However, this style of farming has been proven to provide diminishing returns and creates various social and ecological problems that are felt for generations yet to be born.

catfish fingerlings
catfish fingerlings
chicks in free range shed

It’s never too late for new challenges in both aquaculture and agriculture. Food ranks in the upper echelon of human needs right beside oxygen, water and sleep. The planet needs nutritious food and that requires thoughtful intelligent people to produce it.

... the main objective in development of a project is run it to its full potential to maximize the return on investment