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SA's oldest & most trusted agri magazine. Bringing you the latest news, in-depth analysis & farming success stories. Save the date 10 July
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SA Country Life Feb 16
you can report a pangolin sighting with a WhatsApp message? Thanks to the secure encryption properties of WhatsApp the Pangolert line can help record sightings of the endangered mammal. Save +27 72 726 4654 to your phone this
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 15
Foot-and-mouth disease hampers hide and skin exports
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 15
The best fish species for aquaponics
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GP_AgricRural Feb 15
Replying to @AfricaBioSA
Q&A is open for 'deployment of Drought tolerant and insect protected mazie to smallholder farmers '
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 15
Letter from the editor : SA farmers need SAA-sized bailout
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GP_AgricRural Feb 15
Day 2 of the 6th Gauteng Agriculture Extension Conference & Awards 2018
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
Judging of the Merinos are underway at the 2019 Merino Classic.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
Three heads are better than one! Judges Bennie Steyn (back) Kobus Louw (left) and Cor Uys (right) hard at work judging at the 2019 Merino Classic.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
Annelie Coleman is up early at the 2019 Merino Classic championships. SA's top Merinos are competing in the show.
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Chipokota Feb 14
It’s not a complete Shoprite stop without a magazine! In the last couple of weeks, we have been spoilt with such amazing reads on cattle & more! 😍♥️🐮
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
Replying to @Chipokota
Yay, that's what we love to hear 👌 happy reading 👏
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
According to 's Annelie Coleman, 14 of the 40 stud Merino rams that were on auction at the 2019 Merino Classic, were not sold because of low bids. The highest priced ram was sold for R17 000. It was bred by Willem Retief from the De Bad Geelbek stud in Hanover.
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mzingaye ndlovu Feb 14
When I was a kid I didn't like the much bcoz then I couldn't go outside to and then I grew up and became a I must say l'm short of the now.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
Replying to @mziendlovu
🙌 Every farmer would agree with you.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
Merino SA CEO Danie Vorster: 603 stud Merinos were entered into the 2019 Merino Classic championships compared to 436 in 2018.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
Congrats to Saag Visagie from Richmond. He was placed first in the annual wool bale race at the 2019 Merino Classic. He carried a 120kg bale of wool over a 40m distance in 21,03 seconds.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
A sign such as this one in Colesberg is a clear indication that a traveller is deep in SA's sheep production country.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
While travelling to the 2019 Merino Classic, 's Annelie Coleman discovered that Richmond in the Karoo is SA's book town. Every year during October a book festival is held in the town.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Feb 14
By 11:00am more than 600 Merinos had been entered into the 2019 Merino Classic national championships.
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