The Zimbabwean government had asked for more vigilant border controls to stop the spread of the PPR (Peste des petits ruminants) virus in Zimbabwe, and to countries outside its borders,
During the fourth episode of African Farming, the agricultural television show on Mzansi Wethu (channel 163), Mr Praveen Dwarika, Managing Director of Lemang Agricultural Services, explained to the show’s host, Angie Khumalo, why it’s important to not only do extensive training in agriculture, but to also learn from those who are already successful.
Duncan Serapelwane, an esteemed Bonsmara breeder who farms in the Kalahari, near Morokweng in the North West, knows the value of learning from the giants that walked before him. Angie Khumalo, host of the television show African Farming, visited him during the fourth episode of the series.
Duncan Serapelwane, an award-winning Bonsmara breeder, farms in the Kalahari near Morokweng, North West. He strives to breed cattle of the highest quality.
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!
During the third episode of African Farming, the agricultural television show on Mzansi Wethu (channel 163), Mr Praveen Dwarika, Managing Director of Lemang Agricultural Services, explained to the show’s host, Angie Khumalo, why it is possible for them to provide financial loans to farmers that don’t own their land.
Cocky Mokoka, a successful commercial farmer in Gauteng is building a legacy farming with soybean, sunflower, maize and cattle. Part of his plan is to own a fleet of green and yellow tractors and planting equipment.
Cocky Mokoka, an award-winning farmer in Gauteng, works in alignment with the natural environment in everything he does on his farm. He farms with sunflower, soybeans, maize and cattle. His meat can be found in supermarkets and butcheries because of his commitment to not use any growth hormones.
African Farming host Angie Khumalo tours the farm of award-winning Bonsmara stud farmer Duncan Moalosi Serapelwane in episode four premiering this Thursday.
In episode three of African Farming, we take a look at sustainable agriculture.
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