Demonstration: Artificial insemination of a cow

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Joel Nkuna from Nkunzi Genetics demonstrates the artificial insemination process of a cow to emerging farmers and students. Emerging cattle farmers in South Africa are using artificial insemination more frequently to introduce good genetics into their herds and save on bull management and costs.

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Gerhard Uys grew up as a real city lad, but spends his free time hiking and visiting family farms. He learnt the journalism trade as a freelance writer and photographer in the lifestyle industry, but having decided that he will be a cattle farmer by the age of 45 he now indulges his passion for farming by writing about agriculture. He feels Farmer’s Weekly is a platform for both developed and emerging farmers to learn additional farming skills and therefore takes the job of relaying practical information seriously.