GOLDEN GREEN FARMS
The vitalization of rural areas has accelerated as more entrepreneurs and young people get involved
With machines roaring, workers at a corn-processing factory in Xiangyang Village of Zhaodong, Suihua City in northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, were busy peeling, washing, boiling and then packaging corn.
Boxes containing corn piled up around the factory. Wang Zhongbao, the owner of the plant, was busy answering calls from people wanting to place orders. “Our production volume can’t meet the growing demand,” Wang said. “I have to turn most of them away. We are planning to expand the plant to a much larger scale.”
Working as a barefoot doctor in the village for over a decade, Wang decided to start his own poultry-raising business in 2005. He started with 2,000 chickens and spent a lot of time learning from skilled villagers and veterinarians how to avoid diseases and raise healthier chickens that