Farming in Ghana has taken a dramatic turn to a better direction in recent years, creating jobs and opportunities for entrepreneurs who dare to go into farming business. Millionaires are currently being made every year through farming in Ghana and there is certainly no end to the prospects of creating more wealth through farming in the coming years. There are good reasons why farming in Ghana is doing very well. Understanding these reasons will help you (no matter where you come from) to think seriously about setting up farm in Ghana.
(1) Ghana has a huge population of over 29 million people. More than 80 percent of Ghanaians buy their farm produce from the market.
(2) Ghana has large expanses of fertile farmlands laying fallow across the nation.
(3) Ghanaian Government is seriously turning its attention to promoting farming in Ghana to help boost food productions in the country and minimize food importation.
(4) The government is willing to assist any would be farming entrepreneur/investors with the necessary supports and logistics.
1. Maize Farming:
You will never know the profit in maize farming in Ghana until you try it. One thing we like about maize is that everything happens fast. It takes less than four months between planting and harvesting.
2. Snail Farming:
Snail farming in Ghana is said to be one of the most lucrative agricultural business you can start with little capital. But still, it is one of the most ignored animal rearing business in this country Ghana and other African Countries. Snail farming provides one of the profitable opportunity to make money within a short period of time. But why are Ghanaians and Africans not yet fully engaged in this money making snail rearing business? The reason is negligence.
3. Pig Farming:
Pig farming business is one of the lucrative business in Ghana. This business is so profitable that it can fetch you millions of money within a year. Another name for pig farming is piggery. Pig farming is becoming more lucrative and expanding rapidly here in Ghana and around the world. Do you know that pig meat is very high in demand in Ghana and sells very fast anywhere (markets, shops, restaurants etc).
4. Poultry Farming:
Poultry farming is one of the cheapest and most profitable and lucrative farming business one can start in Ghana. This is a business one can venture into, which is generating thousands of money weekly, monthly and on a daily basis. There are many streams of income involves in poultry farming. Income through eggs production, Income through their faeces (on manures),ethroug this business, you can start earning within a year.
5. Catfish Farming:
If you dream to try yourself in agribusiness and dream to succeed in this field, then you should consider catfish farming. In this write-up, we will provide you with catfish farming facts, give necessary information concerning catfish farming in Ghana, consider the rules of breeding and growing fish in the subsidiary farm. Keep reading because many interesting is ahead. There are many kinds of fish growing in Ghana, however, many people like catfish because its meat is juicy, soft and tasty. However, not everyone knows that this fish can be grown quite easily even at a small fish farm, you can even organize catfish farming at home. The African catfish is delicious, easy to keep and grows fast enough. The biology of catfish is such that they can live without water for two days, breathing the usual air. They have both gills and lungs. This is a very strong and clever fish. From the pits with water, where they fall, catfish can jump up to 2 meters in height and crawl to look for water. Catfish farming is increasingly becoming an attractive form of agriculture for many Ghanaians especially young people.
6. Plantain Plantation:
Plantain farming in Ghana is one of the staple crops business in the country. Plantain is as well a viable source of income for small scale farmers who grow it in their garden. Plantains grow in clusters because every matured plantain plant produces a number of baby suckers which are not pruned out.
7. Rice Farming
Rice is the world’s second most popular crop after maize. Rice farming in Ghana provides a lot of promises for a future businessman. The position acquired by rice is attended by large demand on the Ghana’s market. The agriculture sector is the best valuable business in the world. Technology and Oil & Gas Industry cannot feed the population, while crops can do that. Therefore,rice production in Ghana, which is one of the most popular products in country is promised to be successful.
8. Cassava Farming:
Cassava production in Ghana is extremely simple. The plant is to be placed in trays filled with soil. This is where you stick the cuttings (stems) of the plant and within six months they will grow and turn into pretty big bushes. When the leaves on the bushes start to turn yellow, this means that the harvest is ripe. You can dig bulbs from the soil for eating or selling.
9. Cucumber Farming
Cucumber farming is one venture that can actually surprise anyone who cares to go into it. While thousands of young men and women are busy pursuing higher degrees in education and hoping to get employed by one big firm or the other, those who saw the goldmine in cucumber farming are not giving any damn to that as their ventures are adequately taking good cares of them financially.
10. Yam Business
Yam is another staple food that is in high demand in Ghana. You can start a large scale yam farming business or you can purchase the yams at a cheaper price. Get involved in any of these farming business in Ghana today and you will never regret it.
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Vivian · 26th October 2019 at 4:54 am

Hi sir or madam please what about growing soybean in ghana

    Nyame Francis · 29th August 2021 at 2:02 pm

    I am already into catfish farming, I need assistance in the form of feed

Opoku Sakyi · 21st November 2019 at 9:36 am

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Kwesi owusu Arthur · 31st December 2019 at 4:53 pm

Yes I want to be a farmer but I don’t have much money to start with, can you help me?

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Patrick Quaye · 27th March 2020 at 3:40 pm

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george · 12th August 2020 at 3:50 pm

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Azaglo Emmanuel · 17th August 2020 at 9:41 am

Am undergraduates studying BSC Agriculture at the university of Ghana … I really want to start farming but I need your assistance in getting a land and advise on how to start and many more

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Nabambu Barnabas · 24th August 2020 at 2:57 am

I am located in the Northern region and do stay in upper west too.
I have the dream of yam farming and poultry production as well. Can you guys help me with plans on which one and how to kick start first, since I have limited access to the farming machinery?

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James · 12th September 2020 at 6:47 am

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Godwin Gokah · 20th September 2020 at 8:19 am

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Daniel · 27th September 2020 at 5:49 pm

I’m glad to see this post and how Ghanaians want to venture into agri business. But I’m surprised as to why you didn’t add tomato farming to the list. I just started tomato farming and just my first harvest has settled all my cost of production. And I’m yet to harvest the rest.

    Prince Asare · 13th November 2020 at 10:28 am

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      Boama eric · 25th December 2020 at 9:09 pm

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Am into lettuce farming and am suffering from getting customers to buy for me . What process should I follow to make it easy in marketing it?

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    Enoch Mensah · 7th January 2022 at 1:59 pm

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