‘It’s my responsibility to produce food’ – Etienne van Wyk

Having grown up on renowned South African stud breeder Dries Wiese’s farm, Etienne van Wyk had a distinct advantage. Today he has his own farm and is determined to do groundbreaking work in terms of a government program that gives access to land to previously disadvantaged people with agricultural training.…

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SA boer goat exports hindered by lack of protocol

The recent South African Boer Goat World Expo once again underlined the breeds’ popularity around the world, but a lack of protocol for the export of the animals is hindering large-scale exports. The Boer Goats Breeders' Society, however, is currently having discussions with the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries…

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How a communal farmer went to commercial success

All too often people think that land bought with a government grant is doomed to commercial failure. This Namibian farmer, however, planned his farm meticulously to maximise its potential and has built up a large enterprise consisting of two studs, commercial livestock and a game farm. It was careful planning,…

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How a communal farmer went to commercial success
Charles has a Boer goat stud and takes part in shows where he has already produced various champions.

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