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Farmer's Weekly SA 17h
It is too early to speculate whether the suspected links between wildlife trade and consumption and the emergence of the disease () are resulting in any reductions in the illegal wildlife trade - Annie DuPre-Reynolds
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Farmer's Weekly SA 18h
A potential ban on livestock exports from South Africa by ship would hamstring efforts to grow the country’s developing animal production sector, and will also likely lead to an oversupply of red meat locally. - Doug Stern, president
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Greg Miles A1259378 21h
stuck in the mud? This really works well, was sitting on its belly .
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Farmer's Weekly SA 22h
Click on the link to read the regulations and download the essential workers permit
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Bhetjane Cattle Co. Mar 16
One of our favourite Beefmaster cows. Asked her advice on these challenging times. She said: “ This Moo shall pass.”
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Farmer's Weekly SA 22h
Migrant worker restrictions fuel fears of harvest delays in EU, UK
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Farmer's Weekly SA Apr 1
Implications of coronavirus for regional food supply chains -
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Farmer's Weekly SA Apr 1
Meet the new head of the Western Cape Department of Agriculture Dr Mogale Sebopetsa.
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Agri SA Mar 31
Agri SA wishes to thank all farmers and farmworkers 🙏🌾
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Farmer's Weekly SA Apr 1
When the rains came too late to plant maize at the end of 2018, Bultfontein farmers Anton and Heinrich Botha joined other producers in the region in planting dryland winter wheat instead.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Mar 31
Essential lockdown regulations for farmers
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Farmer's Weekly SA Mar 31
Replying to @Hyphiveproduct2
Always a good read ;-) Enjoy and stay safe.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Mar 31
The government’s ban on the sale of legal tobacco products during is likely to result in a dramatic spike in the illicit tobacco trade that reportedly already results in the South African fiscus losing over R8 billion a year in tax revenue.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Mar 31
One of the oldest purebred breeds in existence is the trusty Braunvieh.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Mar 31
Many vegetable crops are susceptible to root knot eelworm (Meloidogyne spp, also known as nematodes or roundworm), and beans are no exception.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Mar 31
The Crop Estimate’s Committee has revised the expected commercial maize crop for 2020 up another 1,7% to over 14,8 million tons.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Mar 31
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Ivan Meyer Mar 30
President Ramaphosa thanked farmers and farmworkers for their contributions during the . Agriculture keeps the nation eating.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Mar 30
Replying to @LauliFarms
A fantastic read during . Enjoy and stay safe ☺
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