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    ProAgri BNZ 27

    Finally, we have come to the end of yet another challenging year. This year tested farmers in Africa and yet we are constantly reminded of the poet, Robert Frost, who said: “In three words I can sum up everything that I’ve learned about life: it goes on!” Through the challenges we face, one thing is […] More

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    ProAgri Zambia 70

    Dear readers of ProAgri Zambia, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the first edition of ProAgri Zambia for which I have acted as Editor. Having grown up on a farm and being a farmer myself, I have always been enthusiastic about writing and the agricultural sector – what an incredible opportunity and […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 26 – November 2021

    Dear readers of ProAgri BNZ, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the first edition of ProAgri BNZ for which I have acted as Editor. Having grown up on a farm and being a farmer myself, I have always been enthusiastic about writing and the agricultural sector – what an incredible opportunity and […] More

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    ProAgri 261

    “Uit slote en plas, uit die geurende gras, styg ՚n danklied op ten hemel …” So skryf Jan FE Celliers in sy bekende beskrywende gedig, Die Vlakte. Dit sal nog ՚n wyle neem voor daar geurende gras in dele van die NoordKaap en Karoo groei, maar al reën dit nie gras nie, reën dit HOOP! […] More

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    ProAgri Zambia 69

    The emerging farmer is the future of agriculture in Africa. This is evident in the fact that the emerging farmers and small-scale farmers represent the largest segment in the African agricultural industry. These young people have a passion for agriculture and an entrepreneurial spirit that drives them. Like any other business, they have to start […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 25

    What is the difference between a good farmer and a great farmer?Many people only focus on being a successful farmer – that is to be able to pay the bills and wages, make investments for the future and manage to keep a profit. But what about the farmer that can tick all of these boxes, […] More

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    ProAgri 260- Oktober 2021

    Die somer is hier! Buiten warmer weer, kan meeste van Suid-Afrika se boere in die binne­land ook weer uitsien na goeie reën wat hopelik hierdie jaar net na Oom Paul se verjaarsdag sal begin val. Saam met die warmer weer en die afwagting op goeie reën beteken die seisoensverandering ook dat graan­boere eersdaags weer kan […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 24

    Good news with which to start off the new planting season is that thegreater part of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region is likely to receive normal to above normal rainfall between October and December 2021, and between January and March 2022. This good news was contained in a statement released at the end […] More

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    ProAgri Zambia 68

    The new growing season for farmers in Zambia also heralds in a new era of promised growth for the whole country. ProAgri Zambia joins the agricultural industry in congratulating His Honourable Mr Hakainde Hichilema on his election as President. Who better to lead the country and the industry than a person who refers to himself […] More

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    ProAgri 259

    Een van die dae gaan die woord “daggaboer” nie meer net verwys na ՚n padstal in die Oos-Kaap nie. Dit is nou as die Departement van Landbou, Grondhervorming en Landelike Ontwikkeling sy sin kry om die cannabismeesterplan deur te voer. Volgens die plan kan die bedryf R28-miljard werd wees en 25 000 werksgeleenthede skep. Om […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 23

    Seasons are changing, which means that farmers are now changing gears from harvesting to preparation for planting. Whether you farm with grain, fruit, or tobacco, a new season always means that there is something new that requires your attention. New seasons bring new phases in the production cycle. This is part of the reason why […] More

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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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