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International demand boosts mohair to record prices

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The SA mohair market reached record high selling prices at the second auction of 2021, as demand for the noble fibre ...

Nearly 500 sheep farmers receive rams for Christmas

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  Some 470 budding sheep farmers in the OR Tambo district received an early Christmas present in the form of ...

SA’s wool and mohair fibre industry on the rise

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The fibre industry hopes to regain the glory of its golden days as international buyers and investors set their sights ...

Brown locusts a big threat to cereal crops

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If the brown locusts hatch in the Sarah Baartman and Chris Hani districts, the pests will swiftly fly eastward, ...

Farmers’ plight prolonged by lack of aid, says Odendaal

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Seven boreholes within an area of 5,8194m hectares — that is the only aid the Eastern Cape department of rural ...

Farmers to 'make their voices heard' in protest against violent attacks

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Farmers across SA are expected to stage protests over the next few days to draw attention to violent attacks on farming ...

Farmers take flight to tackle invasive alien vegetation in Karoo

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  Karoo farmers are making use of drone technology to curb invasive alien plants and increase water supply. Cobus ...

Sparks fly in stock theft suspect's bail hearing

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The bail hearing of the woman suspected of masterminding a sophisticated, multimillion-rand stock theft syndicate ...

SA’s cannabis industry set for new high

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One Cape-based medical marijuana producer has already sent its first shipment to a Swiss company

East Cape author digs deep into agricultural sector in new book

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An all-purpose book which examines the role of agriculture in SA’s economic transformation and development — this is a ...

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