Making a name for South African apples and pears Cabbage problems Empowerment in the Kalahari Good husbandry is the solution De-worming your horses Trout: Cold-water marvel Zulu resort upgrade GWM C10: get it all without breaking the bank Growing profit in the ‘fifth quarter’ Carrot Lessons from Rugani Carrots
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Articles
What lies ahead for the fresh produce sector?
Talking to market agents these days can be quite depressing. In the past, there were always people you could rely on to give you a more positive view of current issues on the markets or in the sector in general.
Agri Blogs
On Sale Now
Farmer's Weekly - 5 February 2016
Livestock genetics exports - How can SA catch up?
Understanding the logistics of SA’s maize shortage
ARC crossbreeding project: Beefing up the national herd
Drones - Zooming in on precision farming
ARC crossbreeding project: Beefing up the national herd
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