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You say potato, we say monopoly: seed firm loses exclusive rights

Seed grower agrees to release its exclusive rights to a prized varietal after being accused of anticompetitive conduct

Easing of US-Sino trade tensions will do little to boost SA agricultural exports

All the latest regarding agriculture in South Africa

Farmers, traders resort to plan B while legal action ensues

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At least 50 emerging farmers, co-operatives and livestock auctioneers took legal action against Agriculture, Land ...

Some relief arrives for drought-stricken farmers

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In response to the crippling drought that has put farmers under increasing pressure, the Eastern Cape department of ...

Dire prediction for beef exports after foot-and-mouth outbreak

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First reported in 2019, the disease remains a big problem in SA with a ban of exports of animal products set to hit ...

Farmers battle as severe drought shows no sign of ending

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“It’s green on the surface. But underneath, our boreholes, dams and the ground itself is running dry,”farmer Roslyn ...

Middeldrift farmers receive drought relief feed

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The Eastern Cape remains gripped by one of the most devastating droughts, which continues to severely impact ...

Outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in Limpopo 'not cleared'

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“Farmers can only be allowed to do online auctioning and trading; however the department will be making sure that no ...

Farmer empowers workers

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An award-winning farming enterprise is opening doors of opportunities for its employees.

Drought, disease forcing farmers to drop lamb prices

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Festive spenders can expect to pay lower than usual prices for their leg of lamb leading up to Christmas and New Year, ...

AgriLIVE - 16 December 2019

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All the latest regarding agriculture in South Africa

Perfect storm driving grim times in parched Adelaide-Bedford district

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A perfect storm of water shortages, load-shedding and questionable governance is wreaking havoc in the Adelaide and ...

Additional livestock feed worth R5m for farmers

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The provincial rural development department has made available R5m worth of livestock feed to farmers in the western ...

Another grim year ahead for despondent agricultural sector

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Drought, poor harvests and unfavourable agricultural policy have taken a toll on agribusinesses

Second foot-and-mouth disease outbreak hits already struggling Eastern Cape farmers hard

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A second foot-and-mouth disease outbreak has crippled farmers across the country, with livestock auctions and wool ...

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