The Trinidad and Tobago Goat and Sheep Society as well as other entities are demonstrating the potential of the nation’s small ruminant sector and implementing significant changes to drive its development.
Effective knowledge transfer, improved practices and agricultural innovation could increase productivity in the Americas to better feed the growing global population.
A new document systematizes the contributions made in 2016 by the institutional Flagship Project responsible for fostering progress in this topic.
More than 50 professionals were trained in complying with FSMA standards, which regulate the export of processed food to the United States. The participants will in turn share their knowledge with other actors in the sector.
Agricultural authorities expressed their satisfaction with the Institute’s support, especially with its focus on supporting the Ministry, youth entrepreneurship and resource mobilization.
A new initiative could help beekeepers to lower their production costs, increase wax production, produce higher quality honey and improve their commercial opportunities.