4 February 2013

Angola: Malanje Governor Visits Farms in Quizenca Commune

Cacuso — The governor of Malanje Province, Norberto dos Santos, last Saturday visited the farms of Koló and Sumbakaloko, in the Quizenca commune, Cacuso municipality, which are undertakings linked to the Agritrade farm.

During the visits, the governor received information from the director-general of Agritrade Rodrigo Camargo, regarding the functioning of the mentioned farms.

The governor learnt that the project is estimated at 6.15 million US Dollars, and currently it has a total of 3.782 animals that were imported from Brazil, such as bulls, cows, calves, among others.

According to Rodrigo Camargo, the mentioned farms have been conceived to produce meat, and it is also planned for this year the start of the agriculture and irrigated horticulture project.

He revealed that it is also underway the works of building a housing project that includes a farm, with 24 residences and a restaurant, which will be inaugurated in the second semester of the current year.

The governor also visited the Fazenda Hotel works, the airdrome under construction and a slaughter house, besides other undertakings which the governor inaugurated in the ambit of the celebrations of February 04 (Start of the armed struggle against colonialism).

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