By Lynette Simango
As an emerging farmer who wants to buy land, it’s best you look for professionals in that field to help you understand your options before you purchase. It might look expensive to consult, but in the long run the benefits far outweigh the costs. This will more thank likely save you from folking out a lot of money in order to secure the best piece of land only for you to end up buying land which has less than 50% arable space and the rest non-arable. How infuriating will that be?
Therefore, buying the best piece of land is the most crucial part in farming which is one of the main reasons why you should consider engaging people who went to school for that. It doesn’t end there. You need to also know the enterprises best suitable for that particular piece of land to maximize both production and profits. Factors such as Land size, Slope, Soil Type, Vegetation, Drainage etc help determine these enterprises. This is where people who do Land Use planning come into play. Talk to the experts and you can never go wrong!!