MultiAgro Global is a company based in Pakistan, having international associates in various countries. MultiAgro Global brings you a vast experience in agriculture backed by a group of agriculturists, agriculture engineers, businesspeople, farmers and irrigation experts to provide various services and investment opportunities in different fields of agriculture and related industries
Agriculture is a vast and the only field that affects the entire human race directly or indirectly.
Agriculture and survival of life:
With each passing year, the world must feed more people with less arable land. Global demographics will continue those trends as the earth’s population grows to ten billion people in the next few decades. Humans need different types of animals and agricultural produce for their survival, so animals must also survive to provide meat, milk and other valuable edibles and products for humans. In a time of financial uncertainty, there is no better asset than to invest in an income-producing farm, livestock, timber or ranch land. These investments provide tangible yields derived from naturally produced products and have beaten the returns from other asset classes for years. Farmers and small businesses are the backbone of the most of the countries’ economy. Your investments with MultiAgro Global can make You financially secure.
Agriculture is not limited to growing crops, it has much wider array of products and services as compared to any other field of business. It includes; cultivation and tillage of the soil, dairying, the production, cultivation, growing, and harvesting of any agricultural, aquacultural, floricultural or horticultural commodities, the growing, and harvesting of forest products for forestry and lumbering operation, the raising of livestock including all domesticated animals used for food, transport purposes, fur-bearing, leather, import and export of agricultural produce, packaging, cold-storage and setting up of agricultural produce and industries based on certain agricultural wastes as well.
The roots of agricultural economics perhaps can be traced back to Ancient Egypt, arguably to the first agricultural economist, Prophet Joseph (Yousaf). Joseph interpreted the dreams of the Pharaoh of Egypt and correctly predicted seven years of feast and seven years of famine. And planned the entire collection and use of grains during the first seven years of feast for the next seven years of famine. This teaches us the lesson of careful planning for the future, not only in agriculture, rather in spheres of life.