Al Nobaria is a 800 acres farm on the Cairo-Alexandria desert road. The farm produces best-quality-standards agricultural and livestock products. The farm’s main plantations are dates, grapes, apples, apricots, and plums.
For this purpose, a feed processing plant has been established to provide feed and fodder for the cattle, with a maximum capacity of 30 tons a day of virus and fungi-free food, continuously available and enriched with the required ratios of protein, vitamins and minerals
This 700-acre farm, just off the Cairo-Ismailia road, makes use of drib irrigation and artesian wells, one of the most efficient water management practices, used to deliver only the water that plantations need. A system to control water loss, and protect soil fertilizers. The farm produces dates, olives and olive oil, mainly supplied for the local market.
Sharq Al-Owainat Farm is located in the south-west corner of the Egypt’s Western Desert, 500 kilometers far from Lake Nasser. The soil in the area is rich and free from contaminants, making it ideal for growing organic products. Field and agriculture crops such as wheat, barley, corn, peanuts, chickpeas, lentils, grapes, apricots, pomegranates, palm and pears are planted in over 5000 acres, and future plans foresee to cultivate additional 5000 acres. The farm also produces animal fodder, and raises ostriches, sheep and cattle.
Wadi Elmelouk is a 2,000-acres citrus farm including diversified orchards in the Abou Hamad and Sharkia province, in the East of the Nile Delta area. Oranges and mandarins grow in the farm, with an average production of 25 tons per acre. Most of this production is exported to Europe, Russia and East Asia.
The East of Suez farm is about 1,500 acres wide and it’s located in the Al Morra region. This farm produces barley and wheat in winter, corn and sunflowers in the summer. It has expanded recently to raise livestock, mainly sheeps and goats.
Sahl Al-Tina Farm, located on the Al Qantara-Port Said road, is about 750 acres wide. The agricultural crops of this farm are mainly beet, then rice and barley. The irrigation comes from the river Nile via the Al-Salam Canal through lifting machines and also from the infrastructures transporting water from the west to the east side of the Suez Canal to irrigate the land area included in the State plan.