Rehabiliation of 10-pivots pilot farm in Sudan

INMAA for Poultry Production is a subsidiary of the Wadi Group, the leading Egyptian agribusiness. After four years of operation of its forage and grain production unit in Sudan, the company was facing major infrastructure problems due to corrosive water and required fair and experienced external technical support to rehabilitate and streamline the operations.

Feasibility Study, 10 000 ha of cassava for starch production in Nigeria

A private investment group from Nigeria is intending to develop a large-scale commercial cassava project to produce starch and derivatives. FGM has been assigned to assess all site parameters and design the future farm assets. 

Assessment and prefeasibility: corn, sunflower, peanuts and potatoes in Chad

FGM’s client, a pioneer in the agricultural sector in Chad, wanted to develop a large-scale farm close to Lake Chad. FGM was selected for its know-how and expertise in the development of such projects in arid areas to provide the initial on-site assessment of the site potential in 2017 and relevant feasibility study with hydrogeological assessment.

In-field and remote operational support in Siberia

FGM International was contracted by a Russian agricultural company to provide technical assistance for the rehabilitation of an abandoned grain and cereal farm. The client also required assistance to design its expansion from 1 200 ha to reach 25 000 ha within two years.

Technical due diligence, design and Business Planning for organic orchard in France

GreenPods, a new generation agriculture startup, was conceived to introduce the production of high-value organic nuts to and in Europe. It has identified a potential farm in the South of France and required a consultancy firm with relevant experience to assess the potential of the project and its conversion into organic farming with almonds and large-scale irrigated crops.

Rehabilitation of durum wheat and wrapped corn silage project in Algeria

The investor is a former army officer and owner of a pharmaceutical business in Algeria. Five years before contacting FGM, he started an agricultural enterprise with a 600 ha pivot irrigated project but did not achieve the expected profit. He sought to involve a specialized company to improve project production in terms of quantity and quality.

Feasibility study and farm design for an irrigated paddy rice project in Nigeria

A private investment group from Nigeria is intending to develop a large-scale commercial irrigated project for paddy rice production for the local market. FGM was assigned to assess site parameters, confirm feasibility of the project and develop overall detailed design of the flood irrigation scheme.

Crop husbandry plan & technical note for farm infrastructure in Azerbaijan

FGM was assigned by an Azerbaijani company to provide remote consultancy regarding cropping programs for its local team of specialists. FGM provided the client with a crop husbandry plan and specifications for farm infrastructure.

Agri-feasibility study: 4 500 ha for cassava starch extraction in Ivory Coast

The client is a French incorporated company led by a team of international experts with an extensive knowledge of Africa and, more precisely, Ivory Coast. However, the team was lacking the necessary high-end agronomic support and relevant realistic approaches to their project’s development aligned to the capacity of their available land and the activities of the planned cassava production scheme.

Project development and management: 3 150 ha intensive alfalfa production in Sudan

The GLB project is owned by Lebanese and Sudanese investors. In 2011, 87 200 ha of land in Nile River State, Sudan, was granted to the investors by the government. The project aimed at securing significant and sustainable financial returns. However, the investors lacked agronomic capacity and required the involvement of an international farming company to start up the project.

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