Upcoming Events
Cape Wools 9th World Merino Conference
Stellenbosch, Western Cape




Email cc@merino2014.com....
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Bloem Show
Bloemfontein, Free State




Phone Bloem Show Office on 051 448 9894/5/6 or visit www.bloemskou.co.za....
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2014 HuntEx Expo
Johannesburg, Gauteng




Phone 012 667 2074 or visit www.huntex.net...
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SA Cheese Festival
Stellenbosch, Western Cape




Phone 021 975 4440 or visit www.cheesefestival.co.za....
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Farmer’s Weekly Argentina Tour
National Argentina




To reserve your place, phone XL Boland Travel on 021 872 1581.  For more information on the tour, click on the link http://bit.ly/1f1pFyu ...
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SA Stud Book Elite 2014 International Breeding Symposium
Bloemfontein, Free State




Phone 051 410 0900 or email elmi@studbook.co.za....
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The Kiwifruit Festival
Magoebaskloof, Limpopo




Phone Eric de Jonge on 083 468 2043....
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Riebeek Valley Annual Olive Festival
Riebeek Kasteel, Riebeek Valley, Western Cape




Phone 022 448 1635 or visit www.kloovenburg.com. ...
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International Pulse trade and Industries Confederation (CICILS) 2014 World Pulses Convention
Cape Town, Western Cape




Email David Lever at davidl@advanceseed.com....
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CICILS 2014 World Pulses Convention
Cape Town, Western Cape




Contact David Lever at davidl@advanceseed.com....
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Do you think there is a future for smallscale farming in SA?
Yes, smallscale farmers contribute to global food production. (12.73%)
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Yes, smallscale farmers contribute to global food production.  (12.73 %) There is a place for both smallscale and commercial farming in SA. (31.82 %) No, economies of scale are vital for successful farming. (55.45 %) No, economies of scale are vital for successful farming. (55.45 %) Yes, smallscale farmers contribute to global food production.  (12.73 %) There is a place for both smallscale and commercial farming in SA. (31.82 %) No, economies of scale are vital for successful farming. (55.45 %)
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