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Smallholder farmers currently face a funding gap of around USD $170 billion. Something that has huge implications for the sustainability of global food chains and the environment.

Diseases result in loss of income, waste of inputs, and irresponsible practices like the excessive use of antimicrobials. Disease occurrence threatens farmers’ long-term business.

The feed has an effect on people, the planet, and profit. It is the biggest cost in aquaculture production; it is sometimes used inefficiently; and may contain marine ingredients such as fish oil and fish meal which may become from illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fisheries.

Today, there are at least 270 million smallholder farmers in Africa, Asia and Latin America producing over 70-80% of the worlds food supply. They are a significant share of the poorest people in the world.

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