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    ProAgri BNZ 22

    Every farmer wants his farming business to expand. Whether you are a small-scale farmer that only has time to farm over weekends or a commercial farmer who produces and sells his goods on the market does not matter. The goal is always growth, progress, and expansion. But not all growth is positive. Sometimes farmers can […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 21

    Nampo is cancelled for 2021. The annual agricultural show that saw thousands of visitors flock to the small South African town of Bothaville has once again been thwarted by the pandemic’s measures. Suppliers would have ensured that they have enough stock to sell during Nampo, but now there are loads of capital locked up in […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 20

    Certain stereotypes immediately come to mind when one thinks of the winter months. For most people it is the time for thick blankets and warm meals. For some it is a time for harvesting grain and citrus. For others, it is a time where the cold is severe, and the resources to guard against it […] More

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    ProAgri Zambia 64

    Letter from the Editor We are firmly in the grips of winter. Some regions might experience more severe cold fronts than others, but climatologists expect a very cold winter.Certain stereotypes immediately come to mind when one thinks of the winter months. For most people it is the time for thick blankets and warm meals. For […] More

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    ProAgri 255

    Die winter is op ons! Die draai van die seisoen maak dat almal weer verwarmers aanskakel of kaggels aansteek. Die ekstra komberse en dik jasse word ook nadergetrek. Maar vir die boere is daar ook ander kenmerke wat so eie is aan die koue seisoen. Dis strooptyd, jagtyd en sop-en-bredietyd. Die stropers is al ՚n […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 19

    Farmers are facing ever increasing challenges, low profit margins and the need for higher production in the face of climate change to name a few. In this issue of ProAgri BNZ we provide information on how you can manage to effectively utilise every square metre of your farm. This issue features insightful articles on how […] More

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    ProAgri Zambia 63

    Major disruptions were caused by COVID-19 and the subsequentrestrictions, especially the restrictions on mass gatherings that includeagricultural shows, like the Agritech Show that was cancelled again this year. Good news is that although Agritech has been postponed, you may still visit many of the exhibitors between our pages. Farmers are used to attending an expo, […] More

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    ProAgri SA 254

    Om te meet is om te weet. Nog nooit tevore was hierdie stelling so toepaslik soos in die hedendaagse landboubedryf nie. Nuwe tegnologie word aanhoudend ontwikkel en deeglike kennis daarvan is uiters belangrik vir enige boer wat mededingend wil bly. Suid-Afrikaanse boere ding nie net met mekaar mee vir ՚n aandeel in dielandboumark nie, maar […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 18

    Every dark cloud has a silver lining. Even during times as dark as the recent months of isolation, social distancing and various degrees of lockdown, there are still some positive effects that came as a result of human resilience.  During the pandemic, and as part of the restrictions imposed by government, the agricultural industry missed […] More

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    ProAgri Zambia 62

    Every dark cloud has a silver lining. Even during times as dark as the recent months of isolation, social distancing and various degrees of lockdown, there are still some positive effects that came as a result of human resilience. During the pandemic, and as part of the restrictions imposed by government, the agricultural industry missed […] More

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    ProAgri SA 253

    Elke plaas het ՚n storie. Ek het onlangs die voorreg gehad om deur die Oos-Kaap te reis, en nog ՚n groter voorreg gehad om ՚n paar boere in daardie deel van die land te kon besoek. “Hierdie kar was die oubaas se koedoeskietkar,” vertel die een plaasbestuurder my naby Kookhuis. “Hy het in die kar […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 17

    There is nothing like a rolling African thunderstorm sweeping overhectares of farmland. The rains bring life with it and revitalises the soil, and often the farmers as well. After years of drought some areas of Southern Africa received their first rain in the first months of 2021. Most of these farmers can now experience some […] More

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