Our maize, rice, and soya are carefully sourced and are of the highest quality. We offer a range of options to suit every need and budget, so you can find the perfect products for you.
300 acres were cultivated in the 2021/2022 farming season. 400 smallholder farmers were supported to cultivate 1,200 acres in the 2021/2022 farming season. Yields of 1,425 metric tonnes achieved in the 2021/2022 farming season.
850 acres cultivated in the 2021/2022 farming season (own farm). 1050 smallholder farmers were supported to cultivate 3300 acres in the 2021/2022 farming season. Yields of 7,885 metric tonnes achieved in the 2021/2022 farming season.
900 acres were cultivated in the 2021/2022 farming season. 52 smallholder farmers were supported to cultivate 780 acres in the 2021/2022 farming season. Yields of 3,696 metric tonnes achieved in the 2021/2022 farming season.
We grow and collect maize, soybeans, and rice, and also run a program to support small farmers. We started with 50 farmers and now have 850, growing by 1600%. We also buy and sell farming supplies.
Smallholder farmers are the backbone of many rural communities around the world. There are many ways to support smallholder farmers, from providing access to financial services to investing in infrastructure and training. By working together, we can make a real difference in the lives of smallholder farmers and their families.
We are proud to be part of an industry that is working hard to make a difference in the world. We are constantly striving to improve our practices and products so that we can provide sustainable options for our customers. We are committed to providing quality products and services that meet the needs of our customers and communities
We are always looking for ways to help farmers increase their yield and income. One way we do this is by providing information on the latest farming techniques and products.
Idan Agro Limited is an indigenous Ghanaian agribusiness that is engaged in commercial farming, out-grower and in-grower smallholder farming schemes, grains aggregation and distribution of approved agro-inputs primarily in the maize, soybean and rice value chains.
Commercial Farming – 2,050 acres of maize, soybean and rice under cultivation
Out-grower/In-grower Scheme – 1,502 smallholder farmers supported to cultivate over 5,280 acres of maize and soybean
Aggregation – Over 6,000 metric tonnes aggregated from over 2,000 smallholder farmers
Input Distribution – Distribution and retail of fertilizer, hybrid seed and agro chemicals to out-growers and other smallholder farmers
Technical Training – Technical capacity building in technology adoption, GAP and post harvest management for out-growers
Mechanized and Irrigated Farming – 10,000 additional acres acquired for mechanized and irrigation farming with in-grower scheme
In-grower Scheme – Over 2,000 smallholder farmers available for an in-grower scheme
Warehousing – Land acquisition completed for the construction of a 6,000 metric tonne capacity warehouse
Markets – Over 20,000 metric tonnes of off-taker agreements accessible each year with export opportunities
Value Addition – Open to forward integrations for the construction of rice, maize, soybean processing facilities
Funding Partners – Absa, Root Capital, SAHEL Capital (show logos of each partner)
Project Partners – SAPIP, MFA (USAID-FeedTheFuture), MSR, GCAP, PFJ, OCP-Agribooster (show logos of each partner)
Innovation and Strategic Partners – Bayer Food Wing, CDC Consult Limited (show logos of each partner)
Key Clients – Intercontinental Ghana Limited, Arasa Investment, Flour Mills Ghana Limited, Issa Agro, Yedent, Koudijs Ghana Limited (show logos of each partner)