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Correct adaptation of livestock on crop residues in winter

For many livestock farmers crop residues are an indispensable link in their fodder flow programmes, especially in the eastern sourveld areas of...

Unnecessary mudslinging clouds waters around the sea transport of livestock

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty against Animals, the SPCA, recently brought an interdict to court in a bid to...

Holstein cows poisoned by animal feed in Kenya

A farmer in Kenya is counting losses after his herd of 24 Holstein Friesian cattle worth Sh2,5 million died after feeding on...

Climate advisory for the 2020 winter season

Although drought conditions persist in the western parts of the country, the majority of summer rainfall areas reported reasonable conditions conducive to...

GWK Auctions launches online platform for livestock auctions

A collaboration between GWK Auctions and Wildswinkel, combining their extensive experience in auctions, made it possible to launch a new online platform...

Wolves a problem for sheep farmers in the Netherlands

A sheep farmer in North Brabant, the Netherlands, captured a wolf attacking his sheep on a security camera. The film shows the...

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Stockfarm is now available as an interactive digital magazine, offering great value and more information than ever before. Buy your copy from the FlipHTML5...

Gene edited cattle: Are we there yet?

This article was originally published on The Cattle Site. Click here to read the original article. As gene editing...

Growing demand for meat during coronavirus pandemic

Global players in the meat industry have reportedly made assurances of continuity of production and supplies amid growing consumer demand during the coronavirus onslaught...

Stockfarm subscriber wins big

A Stockfarm subscriber, Thebeyantwa Petrus Hotane, was the winner of the 2019 Rugby World Cup subscription competition that was run by Stockfarm...