Best Farming Companies in Malawi

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Tractors Malawi

Lilongwe, Malawi, Lilongwe
Tractors Malawi specializes in tractors, farm implements and combine harvesters of highly popular tractor companies, including Massey Ferguson, New Holland, Massive, and Kubota. Our combine harvesters...
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Tractor Provider Malawi

Opposite City Mall, Lilangwe
Tractor Provider Malawi is a Japanese-based enterprise that works as an online platform to serve the local farmers of Malawi. We are the provider of agricultural machinery in Malawi which includes tra...
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Good Life Technical Institute

Nanjiri 4 Ways, Area 38, T/A Tsabango, Lilongwe , Lilongwe
WELCOME TO GLTI Good Life Technical Institute is a charitable vocational institution that provides tailoring skills for vulnerable women and the youths with hands on skills for self-employment and sel...
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Central Poultry

P.O.Box 340, Lilongwe
Central Poultry is Malawi’s largest processor and marketer of chicken. Central Poultry is a fully integrated broiler producer that breeds and rears its own livestock which it feeds from its own feed m...
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Farmers World

P.O.Box 1631, Lilongwe
Farmers World and Agora offer Malawi’s Farmers (big and small) a large range of products through over 100 shops across Malawi. We pride ourselves on our network of shops, so wherever you are you’ll fi...
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Aqua Engineering MW

Plot 260, Sector 3, Area 47, Lilongwe , Lilongwe
Aqua Engineering is a contracting firm that delivers innovative and eco-friendly water solutions that improve quality of life. We work with commercial, residential, and government clients, non-profits...
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NASFAM

African Unity Avenue, P.O.Box 30716, Lilongwe
The National Smallholder Farmers' Association of Malawi (NASFAM) is the largest smallholder owned membership organisation in Malawi. It is founded on the principles of collective action and is democra...
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Simama General Dealers

P.O.Box X 42, Lilongwe
SIMAMA GENERAL DEALERS is owned by Bishop Abraham John Simama. Abraham John Simama has over 30 years experience in Business Management as well as Risk Management. He has developed a passion for commod...
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WOTA Malawi

Skyband Complex, Paul Kagame Rd., Lilongwe, Malawi, Lilongwe
WOTA Ltd provides innovative and effective irritation systems and tools to small holder farmers, agricultural companies, NGOs and the private sector to improve the livelihoods and incomes of farmers a...
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Farmers Union Of Malawi

P.O.Box 30457, Lilongwe
Farmers Union of Malawi (FUM) is an umbrella body of farmers and farmer organizations in Malawi which was established in 2003 under the Trustees Incorporation with the aim of creating a conducive poli...
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Farming & Engineering Services Ltd.

Churchill Road Limbe, P.O. Box 918, Blantyre
Since 1967, FES has provided agricultural solutions backed by world-class brands, expert technical services, advice and practical know-how to Malawi’s farming communities and other related industries....
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Pannar Seed

P.O.Box 40536, Lilongwe
If you'er looking for reliable top performance products you can count on , you've come to the right place. At PANNAR we pride ourselves on providing a range of top quality products that deliver high y...
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AL-Falah

UTI complex kidney creasent, Blantyre
We Are dealers in agricultural produce and animal feeds. We also deal in food packs and relief items.
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Farmers Organisation

P.O.Box 1916, Blantyre
No 1 supplier of Proprietary Agro-Chemicals, Seed and Sprayer equipment in Malawi. Branches in Blantyre, Lilongwe and Mzuzu. Distribute country wide through prominent Agro-Dealers.
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H.H. Wholesalers

P.O. Box 357, Lilongwe
Direct Importers of Hardware, Building, Agriculture, Plumbing and General Materials
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Kapani

P.O.Box 926, Lilongwe
Kapani is a quality meat wholesale shop for the whole family. While we do cater to most of your shoping requirements, our main focus is the meat. Also available at the shop but not limited to are a va...
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CITREFINE PLANTATIONS LIMITED

CITREFINE PLANTATIONS LIMITED, PO BOX 1317, MZUZU, Mzimba
Citrefine Plantations limited, trading as Kawandama Hills Plantation, is located in Chikangawa, in Northern Region of Malawi. It started its operations in 2009. It distills organic essential oils like...
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Fumigation International Malawi

29/70 Kanengo, Lilongwe, Lilongwe
In 2009, FIM opened an office in Lilongwe, Malawi; this office has been successful in Tobacco Fumigation. Both the Malawi and Mozambique offices continue to specialize in the fumigation of tobacco, gr...
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Market Opportunity Worldwide

P.O.Box 2612, Lilongwe, Malawi, Lilangwe
Market Opportunity Worldwide (MOWE) is an agricultural commodity trading and consultancy services provider. MOWE is a registered business under Malawi Government. We buy maize grain, soya beans, beans...
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Farming in Malawi is a major economic activity that provides employment and food security for the majority of the population. The country is largely rural and dependent on subsistence farming, with over 80% of the population engaged in small-scale farming. Malawi's main agricultural products are maize, sorghum, millet, rice, groundnuts, cotton, cassava, and legumes. Farmers also cultivate tobacco and tea for export.

Malawi faces a number of challenges in the agricultural sector, including inadequate access to finance, low yields, and limited access to markets. In addition, the country is subject to frequent droughts and floods, which can have a devastating effect on crop production. To address these challenges, the government has implemented a number of initiatives, including the promotion of improved farming techniques, the provision of agricultural inputs, and the development of new markets.

In conclusion, farming in Malawi is a vital economic activity that is essential to the livelihoods of the majority of the population. With the right investments and initiatives, the country can ensure that farming remains a viable and productive industry.
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