The advantages of this type of farming include:
- Requires little land
- Fodder produced in 6 days
- Reduced cost of feed
- Improved livestock performance
- Easy to setup system
- Low cost structure.
Our students are primarily exposed to modern farming methods allowing them to be productive and self-sufficient at their homes and in their communities
whilst using minimal and available resources. Some of other farming methods that students are exposed to include: vermculture and Aquaponics.
We attach a great importance in holistic education and agricultural education plays a vital role in exposing our students to the diversity required in individual growth and development.