Farmers’ Health: Mental Health (2)
This week's letter is dedicated to all the farmers in the World, especially those who were badly affected as a result of the COVID 19 pandemic, and yet produced food for us.
In this week's Letter to My Farmers, Babatunde emphasizes the importance of involving the whole family in the training process, rather than just the head of the household. This ensures that they can carry on the farm for generations.
In this week's Letter to My Farmers, Babatunde places the focus on the various barriers to farming for the people and being able to produce enough food for all the hungry mouths. Food production can be more efficient, if we all focus on sustainable...
Food is a universal language that anyone can speak or experience irrespective of location. Nature (environment) rewards the farmers who till the soil, plant the seeds and maintain his or her pride to produce food that meets the needs of the people.
In this week's Letter to My Farmers, Babatunde introduces the topic of food safety throughout the transportation process. It is important to make sure that enough food meets the demand, to reduce scarcity, but if cross-contamination and improper...
In this week's Letter to My Farmers, Babatund stresses the importance of food safety and food certification. How important is food certification if affordability is at risk for consumers?