For a long time characterized as the work of the less privileged in society, agriculture in Africa is still dominated by the presence of increasingly elderly people. Reflections on the average age in the agricultural sector raise many questions. Referring to farmers as those that spend more than 50% of their week in farming, the average age goes up to 50 for household heads, and 41 if we consider all individuals (IFAD, Rural Development Report 2019). As a general observation, the low presence of young people in agriculture remains an issue at the center of the debate. However, in old age, despite the will, the body can quickly feel the fatigue and decrease the physical capacity of the farmer. With the introduction of innovations, mechanization and all the digital technologies aimed at reducing physical effort, saving time and increasing yields, agriculture has reached the entrepreneurial dimension. But how can we orient young people towards this sector that provides so many jobs? In this article, Patricia Zoundi Yao, promoter of CanaanLand addresses the youth.