African Farming farmers’ days are back

The livestock market and its associated value chain is the largest agricultural market in South Africa. After the success of the first farmers’ day in Limpopo, African Farming will be hosting six livestock farmers’ days around the country.

According to Peter Mashala, editor of African Farming magazine, small changes to your operation — from livestock handling, selection and feeding to selling on auctions — can potentially have a significant impact on your bottom line.

“We want to empower farmers – be they emergent or seasoned commercial operations – to build more profitable businesses together.

“Animal-health experts as well as awarding-winning breeders, stud farmers and financial gurus will give insight and advice. Farmers will also get the opportunity to share a meal and learn from each other.”

Topics to be discussed include animal health, auctions, livestock handling, selection and feeding, finance and much more.

“For only R100 (includes lunch) this is a must for anyone who is serious about livestock farming and building a better South Africa.”


29 November – Mooi River, KwaZulu-Natal

For the programme click HERE.

For tickets click HERE or buy it from Computicket at your nearest Checkers or Shoprite.

African Farming reserves the right to make changes to the dates and/or venues.

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