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Starting your very own charcuterie

Bragging that he can make bacon from mutton during a night of revelry with friends, was what started Neil Jewell from Franschhoek...

China is rapidly embracing feed safety

Nuscience’s Tianjin production location recently became the first premixture plant that produces exclusively for the local market in China to receive GMP+ Feed Safety...

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,...

Farm fare: Cooking with beer

This week’s in-depth article on agro-processing looks at how beer is made and ways that beer can be used in cooking. Surprisingly, beer can...

FAO food price index rises in January

Global food prices began the year on a buoyant note with the FAO Food Price Index averaging 164.8 points in January, up 1,8% from...

A #Braai every day keeps the farmer okay

Rain provides much-needed water for soil and plants and farmers depend on rain to keep their livestock and crops alive. During the last few...

Global mutton market dominated by China

China is the world’s largest producer, consumer and importer of sheep meat, according to the ABSA Agribusiness 2018 spring outlook. The export market is...

FAO Food Price Index declines in November

Globally traded food commodity prices declined in November, led by marked drops for palm oil and other vegetable oils, the Food and Agriculture Organisation...

The presence of salmonella in the formal supply chain

A PhD study that investigated the presence of salmonella in the formal supply chain and in informal markets in the Eastern Cape yielded surprising...

Food prices dip in October

International food commodity prices dipped in October, as falling dairy, meat and vegetable oils prices more than offset a surge in sugar prices, according...