School Visit at Ignatius Byer Primary School in St Lucy

School Visit at Ignatius Byer Primary School in St Lucy

OUR THIRD SCHOOL visit was at the Ignatius Byer Primary School in St Lucy, on Monday, January 30.  Chief Executive Officer of the Barbados Agricultural Society, James Paul met with the students there and told them about the importance of local agriculture,...
TICKETS ARE NOW available for Agrofest 2023!

TICKETS ARE NOW available for Agrofest 2023!

Children – 3-12 years, $4 Adults – 13 years and older, $15 Adult Season Tickets, $40  Get your tickets for you and the family via Payce Digital and online with Ticket Nation. Box offices are below: Roberts Manufacturing Feed Store – Lower Estate Clear Vision...
School Visit at Holy Innocents Primary School

School Visit at Holy Innocents Primary School

THE AGROFEST TEAM has visited another school. This time Holy Innocents Primary in St Thomas. BAS CEO, James Paul chatted with the teachers and the students and told them about all the exciting things that will be happening at Agrofest 2023. He invited them to come in...
AGROFEST FOOD VENDORS WORKSHOP

AGROFEST FOOD VENDORS WORKSHOP

FOOD VENDORS WHO have registered for Agrofest 2023, whether online or at the Barbados Agricultural Society (BAS) headquarters, the Grotto, Beckles Road, St. Michael are required to attend a workshop on Wednesday, February, 01st, from 10:00 am at the Radisson Aquatica...
The BAS pays tribute to the late Vet Surgeon Dr. John Duckhouse

The BAS pays tribute to the late Vet Surgeon Dr. John Duckhouse

The members, management and staff of the BAS were saddened to hear of the passing of renowned vet Dr. John Duckhouse, on Thursday, January 12. From all reports, at the time Dr. Duckhouse was doing what he loved best – looking after animals. His colleagues,...
Best Practices in Green Monkey Deterrence:A Manual for Farmers in Barbados

The issue of the introduced green monkey in Barbados is a frequent topic of discussion nationally. While the green monkey population must be controlled to ensure that Barbados has a thriving agricultural sector, the monkey is also an interesting component of Barbados’ rather depleted biodiversity and is a tourist attraction.

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