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Kalimba Reptile Park specialises in free range Pekin Duck and the indigenous species Tilapia (Bream). The ducks are free range from incubation to final product and the fish farming is critical for the conservation of Tilapia (Bream) which is under threat in Zambia. Kalimba supplies high quality Pekin Duck to restaurants and hotels and is a commercial supplier of parent stock Tilapia.
Zambeef Products is engaged in crop farming, livestock rearing, as well fish farming. The company believes there is no point in Zambia importing certain goods when they can be grown, produced and processed locally. Zambeef encourages consumers to buy home-grown produce to support the farming community.

Agribusiness in Zambia

There is a whole range of farming enterprises in Zambia producing commodities for domestic and international markets. Farms in Zambia include livestock; fishery and agricultural farming. There are three major categories of farmers in Zambia. Small-scale farmers, who are the vast majority, cultivate less than five hectares, use few external inputs, and consume most of their produce. Medium-scale farmers cultivate between 5 to 20 hectares. They use improved seeds and fertilizers and sell most of their production. Large-scale commercial farmers plant over twenty ha annually. These farmers apply high levels of purchased inputs and use oxen or machinery for farm operations and they present a variety of opportunities for investors.