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Lloyd Phillips 20h
Today I had the privilege of visiting a beef & potato farm (check out the potato mountain behind me) & a dairy farm of beautiful Brown Swiss cattle. Manja Morowitz of here in Bavaria, , has been my friendly & helpful guide. PS. It's really chilly here. 🍻
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Lloyd Phillips Nov 17
A lovely pop-up fresh produce vendor in the centre of Landsberg in Germany's Bavaria region. Produce from both near and far. Locals are lining up for their needs.
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Denene Erasmus Nov 16
All the winners from the , (from left) New Entrant to Commercial Farming Leonard Mavhugu, dairy farmer at Amadlelo Agri, Farmer of the Year Pieter Graaff of Witzenburg, and Agriculturist of & columnist.
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Denene Erasmus Nov 16
Congratulations to fruit farmer from the Ceres region Pieter Graaff Farmer of the Year 2018. Here are some articles of farming activities within his farming business: &
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Denene Erasmus Nov 16
Congratulations to Leonard Mavhugu, dairy farmer at Amadlelo Agri in the Eastern Cape New Entrant to Commercial Farming 2018. Read more about his business here ⬇️ Amadlelo farmers - producing milk & skills
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AfricaBio Nov 16
Agricultural Writers’ Association Awards Ceremony recognizes Ms Siyanda Sishuba as AfricaBio’s Best Biotech Article. Article attached
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Denene Erasmus Nov 16
Congratulations ! Winner of the best article on biotechnology. Well deserved and very proud of you.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Nov 16
Congratulations to our very own on winning the 'Best article on Agri-Biotechnology' 👏
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Farmer's Weekly SA Nov 16
The Trompsburg fire is still burning out of control and is currently already well into the Bethulie district with a fire front that is in excess of 2km. Free State Provincial Disaster Management Centre has sent two teams to assist with efforts to contain the fire.
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Grain SA Farmer Dev. Nov 12
Every day a farmer wears a number of hats: soil scientist, vet, mechanic, meteorologist, businessman. Farmer, what hats do u wear?.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Nov 16
Stocks and shares are not your only investment option
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Farmer's Weekly SA Nov 16
Mexican-influenced salsa for roast chicken
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Farmer's Weekly SA Nov 16
Lucerne: A massive export market for ‘green gold’
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Farmer's Weekly SA Nov 15
Water rights: what to do when expanding an operation
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FS_DARD Nov 15
MEC Dr Benny Malakoane visits a sheep Emfuleni feedlot in Tweeling. They do shearing and classifying wool for the market. Owners of the feedlot buy lamb and sell when between 50- 55 kg. The project also has a feed processing plant where they produce their own feed for the sheep
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Farmer's Weekly SA Nov 15
Free State Umbrella Fire Protection Assoc: Major fire burning out of control in the Trompsburg area. FPA members are concentrating on life preservation, structure protection & livestock evacuation. Conditions are extreme & dangerous. No injuries have been reported.
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Lloyd Phillips Nov 15
The world has become a very small place. Not only are these gents South African farmers who are visiting in , but they actually farm around the small town that I live in. They've been blown away by the size & scope of agritech exhibited at EuroTier.
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Farmer's Weekly SA Nov 15
Agri leaders respond to recommendation to amend Section 25 of the Constitution
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Farmer's Weekly SA Nov 15
The benefits of organic matter
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