Update news vietnamese farmers
Agriculture is the strength of the Mekong Delta. However, the large gap in living standards and employment opportunities between the agricultural and industrial sectors continues to create waves of migration from the region to the southeast region.
Mr. Tran Van Toan, 40, who lives in Binh Thuy district, Can Tho city, was the first person to open a peacock farm in the Mekong Delta.
According to a plan of the Ministry of Information and Communications, all agricultural production households operating on e-commerce will be trained in digital and business skills on e-commerce platforms.
Dao Duy Linh, 34, a programmer by trade, had been arranging jungle treks and in the central province of Quang Nam's jungle for years.
An eel farm of an older man brings turnover of nearly VND10 billion a year, and 99 percent orders are online. Another farmer sold 26 tons of rambutan by contract after putting goods on online sale.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc is scheduled to have a third dialogue with farmers next week on the difficulties they are facing in agricultural production.
Over the last 10 years of developing farming chains and observing strict requirements, farmers who have earned annual incomes of billions of dong have been increasingly using digital technology.
Six years ago, Doan Van Ha, 53, residing in Luu Vinh Son Commune, Thach Ha District took a risk and borrowed VND1 billion (US$42,860) from his friends and a local bank to turn a wasteland filled with rocks into a livestock and fruit tree farm.
Huynh Thi Thu Huong, 46, waters moss roses she grows along a 100-metre section of a rural road linking to her house in Village 2, Quy Duc Commune, HCM City’s Binh Chanh District.
Farmers have been successfully utilising online channels such as Facebook to promote their produce directly to consumers amid the COVID-19...
There is a special class on Son Islet in the Mekong Delta province of Can Tho’s Binh Thuy District, which all farmers from the local area can attend to learn English for free on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon.
A global glut of coffee has come to an end, and the price of coffee is likely to go up in the near future, according to industry insiders.
Local pig farmers desperately wanted to recover their pig herds amid the pig undersupply and price upsurge on the local market, but existing conditions are not favorable for the effort.
The biggest sellers of fish and seafood in Japan have decided to greatly reduce the number of antibiotic-treated marine products they purchase from Vietnam, a move that's expected to a deliver a huge financial blow to the aquaculture industry.
VietNamNet Bridge – Luong Minh Dong of the central Quang Nam Province has reduced his work load by inventing a more effective, multi-functional plough using old machinery parts.
VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyen Quoc Cuong, chairman of the Viet Nam Farmers' Union, speaks to Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam (the Viet Nam Economic Times) about key measures to boost Vietnamese agricultural production.
VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyen Quoc Cuong, chairman of the Viet Nam Farmers Union, tells Nong Thon Ngay Nay (Countryside Today) about the role of farmers in transforming Viet Nam into a modern, industrial nation.