Tambaroua Business Farming

 Agriculture

Tambaroua Business Farming is a sub-Saharan African agro-pastoral consulting firm established in Mali. Our goal is to boost production, save costs, and safeguard the environment by leveraging technology and knowledge. Our core team consists of seasoned individuals with a combined experience of over 50 years in relevant academic, corporate, and entrepreneurial settings. As part of our mission, we want to establish ourselves as thought leaders. Our brand stands for high-quality products and services that are socially and environmentally responsible. Our mission is to develop transformational techniques that offer value.

  • Listing ID: 15054
  • Agricultural Services: Production (producer), Consultancy, Farm management, Agrichemicals, Training
  • Agricultural Commodities: Horticulture, Livestock, Cereals
  • Size: 11-100 employees
  • Working Days: Monday to Friday
  • Business Hours: 8am-5pm
Our Contact Details

Badalabougou Sema, Rue 63, Porte 155 BP E 605 Bamako, MaliMali Show phone number ***** https://www.tambaroua.com/

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