Whether you manage a riding stable, stud, or herd of trail horses, a wash bay is very useful, says Dr Mac.
Free State Young Farmer of the Year 2017, Johan van Huyssteen, is working to ensure the sustainable productivity of his family farm for future generations.
Sheep and antelope production combine the best of two worlds for energetic farm manager, Emilize Vögel. She spoke to Roelof Bezuidenhout about her passion for this demanding job.
Ingo Rix’s Black Nossob Santa Gertrudis stud near Witvlei in Namibia, is the only stud in Southern Africa with a Breedplan 5-Star Completeness of Performance accreditation. He told Annelie Coleman how...
Clement Tshuma believes his small-scale vegetable operation near Kempton Park in Gauteng, not only ensures the sustainability of his own future, but a similar model could be the answer to...
The unbridled misuse of natural resources guarantees a future of environmental and socio-economic crises.
Exhibitors at the National Vegetable Farmers’ Day near Bapsfontein, Ekurhuleni, displayed harvesters, sprayers and planters.
Legislative control of the aquaculture industry in South Africa is so restrictive that it impedes any development.
In May this year, The Economist ran a cover story that said that the world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data.
The meat of younger slaughter animals usually sells for a higher price on the market, but carcass shape and fat covering also play a role, says Shane Brody.
Bovine respiratory disease is caused by several pathogenic organisms. It can lead to substantial economic loss in feedlots.
Kola le Roux has loved bees ever since seeing his grandfather’s hives in the eastern Free State more than 60 years ago. Today he manages more than 2 000 hives, from...