Early detection of a disease is important in keeping animals healthy and alive. One way to detect a disease is by checking the temperature of the animals. Elanco’s Dr Thapelo Makae recaps episode four of African Farming and explains what farmers can do to determine whether animals are sick.
Reggie Mchunu, Key Account Manager of Smallholder Farmers at @Pannar, recaps episode four of African Farming and offers expert advice on how farmers can spread their risk in case of a drought or in a situation where there is no feed left.
In episode five of African Farming the dynamic father-daughter duo Jimmy and Lerato Botha welcome host Angie Khumalo to their farm where they specialise in retail crop farming!
After getting to know featured farmer Cocky Mokoka, who does not own the land he is farming on, in episode three of African Farming, Managing Director of Lemang Agricultural Services, Praveen Dwarika, discusses the ways AFGRI look beyond land as security for farmers in the same situation as Cocky.