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Veesiekte-fokus op Grootplaas

Water is die lewens-aar in enige landbou-onderneming, maar iets wat diegene buite die bedryf nie noodwendig weet nie, is hoe moeilik dit is om...

Zim: Mnangagwa makes right move on farms

Wandile Sihlobo, head of agribusiness intelligence at Agbiz, wrote the following on the state of the agricultural industry in Zimbabwe. When Emmerson Mnangagwa assumed office...

#AgriMarkets: Southern Africa’s grain story post Cyclone Idai

As Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe continue to rebuild after the devastation wrought by  Cyclone Idai last month, we thought it appropriate to revisit the...

Rekordbedrag vir Vrystaat Landbou veiligheidslessenaar ingesamel

VKB en sy verskaffers het onlangs ’n gholfdag ten bate van Vrystaat Landbou (VL) se veiligheidslessenaar gehou. “Die geld wat ingesamel is, is nie...

Sekretarisvoël pronk op die kassie

Kenners waarsku al 'n geruime tyd dat die vraag na water, binnekort die aanbod gaan oorskry. Aangesien die landbouverwerkingsektor baie afhanklik is van water,...

Support SA cattle farmers for a thriving beef economy

The last few months have not been easy for the South African beef industry, which has been hard hit by a high maize price,...

Agbiz hosts water efficiency workshop

Agbiz hosted its first water efficiency workshop focusing on agro-processing on 25 March. Several speakers discussed the challenges and opportunities that the agro-processing industry...

#AgriMarkets: Food security looks dire in Mozambique

We rarely explore developments in Mozambique’s agricultural sector as that country is not a key contributor to the production of Southern Africa’s staple foods:...

#AgriMarkets: Good winter harvest expected

In about a month’s time, South African farmers will start land preparation for winter crop plantings in the Western Cape as the 2019/2020 production...

#AgriMarkets: Global food prices could remain stable

The recent World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) provides further evidence that the world will...