FarmBiz

FarmBiz is available as a monthly magazine focussing on agribusiness issues relating to agriculture in South African and across the African continent. Read all about the economy, empowerment, management practices, legislative issues and much more. The magazine also contains our value chain magazine, Farmlink Africa, as a permanent supplement to FarmBiz.

Read FarmBiz in January

Read FarmBiz in January

FarmBiz is a unique monthly magazine aimed at agribusinesses and top farmers. Once again enjoy a treasure of knowledge in the January 2018 edition of FarmBiz.

FarmBiz is a unique monthly magazine aimed at agribusinesses and top farmers. Once again enjoy a treasure of knowledge in the January 2018 edition of FarmBiz. The January edition focuses on human resources and labour relations. A legal advisor, Dominique van Deventer, discusses the ins and outs of service contracts to maintain good labour relations. Learn more about the types of employment agreements, working hours, sick and maternity leave and recent changes in legislation.

Also look forward to articles on:

  • Market research that shapes an image of the SA producer.
  • Land audit: Willing seller, willing buyer does work.
  • The effect of expropriation without compensation on food availability and affordability.
  • How food trends could drive production decisions.
  • How global investment in the food and agricultural value chain is distributed.
  • Food fortification to combat Zimbabwe’s hidden hunger.
  • Financial planning for a profitable 2018.
  • Orchard management and fertilisation of macadamias.
  • The state of the world’s fisheries and aquaculture.
  • Transformation in smallholder macadamia farming.
  • Adaption effort for a low carbon economy in South Africa.
  • Challenges and opportunities in African agricultural education and training.

In the Farmlink section you can look forward to learning about the agro-processing of nuts and meet young entrepreneurs making waves in the nut industry. After learning more about the state of the world’s fisheries and aquaculture, you can look forward to a creamy mussel soup, made of sustainably produced South African black mussels.

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Send an email to Beauty Mthombeni at beauty@plaasmedia.co.za or phone 012 664 4793 or SMS your name and “Subscribe” to 062 890 6941.