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Here’s why you should attend the Agribusiness Africa Conference

Join us on 10 July 2019 for the 13th Annual Agribusiness Africa Conference.

Farmer’s Weekly joins Xtractor Around the World Tour

Farmer's Weekly's senior journalist Lloyd Phillips had the privilege of travelling with the XTractor around the World team for five days through KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Watch his journey here.

Agribusiness Africa Conference 2018 brought to by Farmer’s Weekly

After a successful Agribusiness Africa Conference in 2017, Farmer's Weekly will be hosting another thought-provoking and informative event from 18-19 July 2018 at Emperors Palace.

Taltec systems for cattle handling ease

Taltec managing director Greg Talbot explains how the company's cattle handling systems simplifies ear tagging, vaccinations, and parasite control among others.

ARC National Special Performance Test Class

Top performance bulls were showcased at the ARC National Special Performance Test Class recently at the Spring Show. Watch the video to find out what makes a top performance bull.

Drought conditions affecting SA’s bee population

Fears have been expressed that the ongoing drought in parts of South Africa is set to hit the country’s honey bee populations, and that in turn will affect agricultural output.

iSimangaliso hippos sparring

A contingent of journalists from various media in KwaZulu-Natal recently toured drought-stricken Lake St Lucia, in the world heritage site iSimangaliso Wetland Park.

Harvesting soya beans in KZN’s Kamberg Valley 361

Farmer’s Weekly journalist, Lloyd Phillips, recently attended the 96th AGM of the Kamberg Valley Association in KwaZulu-Natal.

Farm workers sing for change

De Kock Boerdery in Ceres’ award winning farm worker choirs have been a saving grace for many of the singers.

Farmer’s Weekly visits EuroTier

An astounding 156 000 visitors from around the globe are reported to have attended the November 2014 edition of the biennial EuroTier animal production trade fair held in Hanover, Germany. Farmer's Weekly's journalist, Lloyd Phillips had the privilege of attending this leading.

Cat and cow play Farmers Week

On a recent visit to the US, ruminant nutritionist Galit Macpesh videoed a Jersey cow trying to get the farm cat to play with...

30-year-old wooden cattle handling facility

On a recent visit to Argentina, Farmer’s Weekly journalist, Lloyd Phillips spoke to Miguel Pertino of La Trinidad Aberdeen Angus Stud about his family’s 30-year-old wooden cattle handling facility Miguel’s father built.


Agriculture sheds 66 000 jobs in the second quarter

The positive growth trend in agricultural GDP so far this year, has failed to translate into an increase in employment in the sector.

Growing Chinese cabbage

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