On May 4, the Jamaica Broilers Group took a moment to step away from its ‘everyday business’. The Company closed its doors early on the first Monday of the new fiscal year for one reason – to give thanks.
Coffee Industry Board Chairman Delano Franklyn (left) converses with (from second left), President, Jamaica Agricultural Society Senator Norman Grant; Vice President of Agricultural Marketing, Hi-Pro Division, Jamaica Broilers Group, Conley Salmon, and President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Jamaica Broilers Group, Christopher Levy, at the launch of the 63rd staging of the Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food Show in White Marl, St Catherine last week.
Following a groundswell of positive feedback and requests from a growing fan base both locally and overseas, Family and Faith Magazine will be moving away from newsprint and introducing a new, sleek glossy bi-monthly keepsake magazine.
AMID agriculture and parish council interests, gospel acts were out in force at yesterday’s launch of the 63rd annual Denbigh Agricultural, Industrial and Food show.
Two commercial farms in the Blue Mountain area were cited by Garvin Williams, research and sales agronomist at Hi-Pro Farm Supplies, as examples of instances in which the products had been applied and production increased from 50 and 60 boxes per acre, to 90 and 120 boxes per acre, resulting in a massive jump in profit and double-gross margins, according to a recent news release.