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Write for Farm Big Africa as a Guest Author

 Farm Big Africa  was founded on the promise of enlightening new and existing African farmers.

In April 2020, Farm Big Africa (www.farmbig.net) was founded on the promise of enlightening new and existing African farmers on how to start, run, and grow a successful farm business.

What started as a personal blog is now fast-changing into an encyclopedia of Agricultural information for youths and farmers, and so, our goals have evolved. We are more ready to serve the farming community beyond what we have already delivered. To do this, we welcome contributions from like-minded authors who are interested in becoming guest publishers on Farm Big Africa.

Farmbig.net will accept posts and contributions from bloggers, authors, expert writers, and pretty much anyone who has valuable information to pass based on their own personal experiences, market trends, and opinions on how to improve farming in Africa. But before you send in your article, here are some very important things you need to know:

Who reads our articles?

Our readers are active farmers or aspiring farmers notably the youth. We share our articles through social media platforms especially groups whose members are farmers. 

What kind of articles are we looking for?

The articles we’ll consider for publishing must have a tone that is appropriate for farmbig.net. We prefer articles that are based on personal experience either as a farmer or a professional in the agribusiness sector. Any article that introduces new ideas and centered on Africa’s agriculture are highly welcome.

NB: This is voluntary initiative to support the African farming community with agribusiness information for FREE.

What Do You Stand to Gain for Writing Guest Posts for farmbig.net?

Who knows? If farmers like our work at farmbig.net, then the future gains are without limits for all of us!

How To Submit Your Article

Send your article is word document to Lyn W. Osare via farmbigafrica@gmail.com.

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