As per the local information are available , it has been indicated by the head of the local Agrarian Development Station, Ignatius Francisco, that in addition to the traditional cultures of the region (maize, sorghum, millet, beans, sweet beat and cassava), this year, the farmers decided to produce other cereals as well. However, no forward estimates to achieve this new challenge, as it was stressed that in the first stage of the agricultural season 2015-2016, whose harvest season is nearing completion. Further, in this regard it has been reported that at least 200 tons of various products were harvested by peasant families.
Furthermore, it has been informed that, despite the difficulties faced in the process of marketing the products, part of the production last year was sold to other locations in the provinces of Huambo and Kuando Kubango. Meanwhile, Mr Francisco also noted that local farmers also feel a lack of support means to agriculture, as traction cattle and other mechanized means to expand arable fields. The region of Chipindo is regarded as a pioneer in the production of these crops at the level of the province of Huila, stopped its activity during the war. This crater is 456 kilometers north of Lubango city and has an estimated population of 61,000 and 385 inhabitants.