Microsoft founder Bill Gates became the largest farmer in the United States; Attempt to change the form | News

Small farmers in Africa and other developing parts of the world are said to be helping to increase production and increase their income.

Washington, January 16: Bill Gates, the world’s favorite and richest man, has bought a large amount of Bought Farming Land. Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, has bought 2 lakh 42 thousand acres of agricultural land in 18 different states of the United States. According to Daily Mail reports, they are considering building a smart city on this land. Bill Gates became the largest farmer in the United States.

Bill Gates bought lands in this state

According to reports, Bill Gates plans to build a smart city on land in Arizona. Bill Gates is 65 years old and has bought land in several states in the United States. Bill has purchased 45,000 acres in Arkansas and 25,000 acres in Arizona. In 2018, he bought 16,000 acres of land in Washington. (Bill Gates became the largest farmer in the United States) 14.5 thousand acres of land purchased in Washington was purchased in Horse Haven Hills. They had to pay Rs 1251 crore for this land. This is the most expensive land purchased in 2018.

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Bill Gates didn’t say because ..

Bill Gates did not give a reason for such a large land purchase. Cascade Investment Company also did not provide further details on the land purchase by Bill Gates. It was said at the time that the company was helping a lot for sustainable farming. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced in 2008 that it would help small farmers increase their productivity and increase their income in Africa and other developing parts of the world. He said that Rs 2238 crore is being provided to help the farmers. (Bill Gates became the largest farmer in the United States) The Foundation aims to lift small farmers out of hunger and poverty.

Published by:Meenal Gangurde

First published:January 16, 2021, 5:15 PM IST


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