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Livestock theft: The short end of the stick

            Three elements are necessary for a crime to be committed: a willing criminal, a suitable target (property) and the absence of a competent guardian...

The hallmarks of a top livestock auctioneer

It is becoming more difficult to get new auctioneers to join the industry, especially young ones who are willing to put in the work....

Marking your livestock is worth your while

There are still cattle farmers who believe the marking of their livestock is a waste of time. The truth is that this small chore...

Spotlight on LITS-SA: Where do we stand and how will it work?

Estimated reading time: 6 minutes The recent and ongoing outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in various South African provinces has once again put the...

Vhanyai Boran: Breeding functional, fertile cattle through proven genetics

Estimated reading time: 0 minutes A well-educated, humble Boran stud breeder in North West is making his mark in the cattle production industry, despite...

Game farmer fined R240,000 for illegal hunting and dodgy deals

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes A game farmer has been fined R240 000 after pleading guilty to four charges relating to illegal hunting, possession...

Knowledge transfer main focus at farmers’ day

The Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality, through its agriculture and rural development unit, provides subsistence and emerging farmer support at various community agricultural projects in...

SA student wins international award for rural crime research

The International Society for the Study of Rural Crime (ISSRC) is made up of scholars, students and practitioners from around the world, with an...

FMD: The battle is far from won

The outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in Limpopo in November 2019, during which 19 farms and agricultural facilities tested positive for FMD, caused considerable...

Artificial intelligence: Paving the way for traceability

It may be a weighty term, but artificial intelligence (AI) will play a significant role in the intensive beef cattle industry in future. This...