‘’FIRST MARKET THEN PRODUCE’’ instead of
‘’FIRST PRODUCE THEN MARKET’’.

WHY AGRICULTURE AND FOOD?

Past experiences have once again revealed the strategic importance of agriculture. Currently, the rise in food prices is uneasy in the markets due to the similarity to the 2007-2008 crisis. This necessitates close follow-up of global markets.

In the short term, measures should be taken against speculative movements which will take power from these price increases. However, it is estimated that the world population will reach up to 9 billion by 2050 and food production should be increased by about 70% in order to satisfy this population.

In addition, the growing middle class in developing countries is increasing food expenditures. For these reasons, in the long term, the increase in demand for food products will be inevitable. The acceleration of the efforts to increase agricultural production and productivity is on the priority agenda of all countries in the world.

No world country can afford to give up agricultural activities that supply raw materials for food and food production. On the contrary, no matter how advanced, rich, civilized and advanced technology it has, the country has to invest in, support, encourage, find investors and seek new markets.

TARIMKON

Our Working Zones

FOOD SUPPLY SECURITY

-To ensure food reliability in order to protect natural resources and human health from production to consumption by observing international standards.,
Food supply security and Risk Management ,
Food Processing, diversification and Packaging Systems,
-Product Preservation Methods,
Quality, Control and Expert Systems,

Plant and animal health

- To take measures to protect plant health, to control and eradicate animal diseases and pests, to ensure animal welfare,
Increasing quality in plant production, preventing crop losses
Developing production techniques that are sensitive to Environment and human health
- Control and eradication of animal diseases and pests and ensure animal welfare,
Reducing economic losses,
Improve services to combat animal diseases and pests,
To increase the quality and effectiveness of veterinary health products used in the fight against animal diseases

AGRICULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT

- Improving rural economy, improving agricultural, social and physical infrastructure of rural areas,
Increase income and employment opportunities in the countryside and diversify the rural economy,
To make rural areas attractive to young people and women in order to eliminate socio- economic development differences in rural and urban living areas and to increase well- being,
To increase the income and employment opportunities of producers through activities such as rural tourism and crafts by diversifying non-agricultural employment areas

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

-To carry out research and Development Studies to increase quality and productivity in agricultural production,
To develop new varieties, breeds, methods and technologies in accordance with the demands of agricultural domestic and foreign markets ,
-To protect, improve and maintain agricultural resources


INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY AND AGRICULTURAL ORGANIZATION

-To Develop Institutional Capacity, To Establish Agricultural Organization Systems
-Create farmer registration systems that provide fast access to the right data needed
Agricultural Development Action Plan,ı
Producer support, incentive and grant system
Agricultural Organization Systems and structuring,
State, Farmer, University, Industry Integration System, ,
Agricultural asset and potential SWOT Analysis Report
International Marketing Research Report,

AGRICULTURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION

Entrepreneurship Trainings,
-Leadership training for cooperative and sector representatives,
- Foreign Trade Education, ,
Sectoral Vocational Training and Business Development,
-Veterinary, agricultural and Food Engineering Services,
* The above training subjects are given theoretical and practical training by visiting the willing trainees in our target countries in Turkey.