AMIE’S DAIRY RANCH IN TUJERENG WEST COAST REGION THE GAMBIA RECOGNIZED IN BELGIUM!  AGRO ECONOMY IS ONE OF,  IF NOT  THE BEST WAY FORWARD FOR OUR NATION’S ECONOMY!!!

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AMIE’S DAIRY RANCH IN TUJERENG WEST COAST REGION THE GAMBIA RECOGNIZED IN BELGIUM!  AGRO ECONOMY IS ONE OF,  IF NOT  THE BEST WAY FORWARD FOR OUR NATION’S ECONOMY!!! A  VISIT OF BELGIUM HAPCO FARM  MANAGEMENT  TO THE GAMBIA FOR SUSTAINABLE DAIRY FARMING CONFIRMED.    CEO DR VAN JOS EeCKE OF HAPCO FARM IN BELGIUM, JERREH CEESAY FOUNDER  CEO OF AMIE’S DAIRY RANCH IN TUJERENG THE GAMBIA  TO MEET IN TUJERENG.
GAMBIA CAN BE THE MOST DEPENDABLE “BREAD BASKET” IN THE SUB REGION.
BRAVO JERREH CEESAY  OWNER OF AMIE’S  DAIRY RANCH, ALHAJI BAH AND ALHAJI OMAR CHAM HIS TEAM FOR  ATTRACTING THE ATTENTION OF BELGIAN INVESTORS AND FARMERS.

WE MUST DECLARE A WAR AGAINST UNDERDEVELOPMENT!

Analyzed and shared By Essa Bokarr Sey.

Agro economy in this digital world can transform The Gambia into the most dependable “breadbasket” in West Africa and beyond.

One of the reasons why I feel the need to carry another load as far as participating towards rebuilding our nation is the fact that we Gambians are destined to remain peaceful agrarians. Sea, river, rain, arable land  and sunshine are far ahead of oil from a natural stand point. In fact promoting farming means we are equally fighting against deforestation or the desertification of our region. Even if The Gambia was to begin oil exploration complementing it with agriculture means our economy would be transformed into a “breast” producing milk for trade relations then feed ourselves within  tranquility and progress.   Isn’t it paradoxical to see most African countries  ordering food from countries that hardly see rain?! In a country like ours we have the river and rain water in abundance. In the abundance of water the prepared should not remain hungry and thirsty. Gambians must venture into sowing the grains, planting fruit bearing  trees, animal husbandry, fishing, dairy production with  a lot of other activities related to production in order to be able markets like the USA by   using   our quota in AGOA Africa Growth Opportunity Act. The greening of a nation where food can be guaranteed by production is the beginning of stability self reliance  and progress. A nation that is food self sufficient is a nation  with less hunger and anger.

Jerreh Ceesay started his ranch thinking of Gambian consumers, however, along the way his ambition kept rising up above futuristic projections then crossed borders to Belgium.
The best way to bridge between regions is economic gain. No party wants to see their property  destroyed or gain lost in vain.

See below correspondence from top guns of harpco farm for ease of reference.
They are meeting Jerreh and team on the dates referenced in the correspondence inshaa Allah. I have also been personally invited to the meeting to help promote our agriculture from production to importation and exportation.

JERREH CEESAY AND TEAM BRAVO!

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On Wed, 17 Jul 2019 at 3:31 PM, Bart Goossens <[email protected]> wrote:

Dear Mr. Jerreh Ceesay,

As a follow up of our phone call, please be informed that between 19 and 26 of July we will have a visit of the CEO, Dr. Jos Van Eecke, of Hapco.Farm Belgium, a company ready to invest in sustainable dairy farming in the Gambia.  We would like to schedule a meeting with you and with interested invited staff whom you think can be of interest in this development.

I understand that the farm is located in Tujering, so based on indications where your farm is located we can come to see the farm.   I understand the farm is having some 20 cows, what would be the breed involved?

Thanking you in advance for your attention and reply,

Dr. Bart Goossens

Hapco.Farm
Tel Gambia : + 220
Tel Belgium : + 32  (incl Whatsapp)
Sustainable Dairy Farming.

NOTE!!!
A reply was sent to the team in Belgium which ultimately convinced them to travel to The Gambia to meet Ceesay, Bah and Cham with others flanking them as consultants. Jerreh Ceesay began networking with other farmers here in The Gambia.

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