Breeding one-day loft race winners Tobacco farming – the growers’ view An aptly-named fencing dropper Forestry faces up  Absa and John Deere alliance reaches R1bn mark in financial transactions Soil from shale How agri-food value chains work Elliot Show Bull and Ram Sale Software for food production systems Bar code simplifies animal records
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When to call the horse vet
Even though many South Africans live in remote areas where it is difficult to call in a vet, some situations leave no alternative. Nature can be cruel and injury and illness are a natural method of culling the old and weak and, in doing so, keeping the horse population in check.
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Has the ANC reached its ceiling?
Land reform proposals mooted at the Lekgotla may be preparing for the state of the nation address said Dr Theo de Jager, transformation leader and president of the Pan African Farmer’s Organisation.
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