Business Of Agriculture - January - February 2018

Publisher: LB Associates Pvt Ltd.
Category: Business
Language: English
Frequency : Bi-Monthly
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Agriculture contributes a substantial chunk to the GDP of India, yet there is no magazine dedicated to business of agriculture in India. We, Business of Agriculture magazine, fulfill the existing gap by providing a platform for discourse on all aspects of agri-business. The Business of agriculture – inputs, produce and post harvest – will form the core of the magazine. The magazine will focus on the state of agriculture business, industry trends, business climate as well as highlight issues effecting the sector and the way forward. Besides, the news and the views of the sector interviews with leading business honchos will find their way to the magazine. The magazine will be read by business leaders, policy makers both at Centre and State Government level, financial institutions, social entrepreneurs amongst others.

The Finance Minister (FM) goes on a Farm Visit this Budget. The jury is still out but many agree that the FM has given a big push to the agriculture sector. The discussion, on viability of the policies announced and the actual changes to be seen on the ground, has dominated from drawing rooms to TV studios. Amongst all the noise of politics the actual woes of the farmers in India must not be sidelined. As we were preparing for the press one more piece of bad news trickled in – the lack of winter rains and water availability for the farming community which means less productivity. We believe, one point that skips every policy maker’s to-do-list is that there has been a lack of out-of-box thinking for improving the lives of farmers, thus making farming a profitable venture. Why do they need to tow their produce to the mandis? Why can they not have access to minimal processing near to their fields?

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