This week Plaas TV brought viewers more interesting content, and this is #flashbackfriday. Below is a recap of the week’s episodes:
- The ARC Animal production department at the Irene campus recently held their annual beef cattle farmer’s day. The focus of the day was the role of indigenous breeds in climate-smart beef production. Frans Jordaan recently visited the Plaas TV studio to give some feedback on this.
- The ARC Animal production department at the Irene campus recently held their annual beef cattle farmer’s day. The focus of the day was the role of indigenous breeds in climate-smart beef production. Prof Michiel Scholtz was one of the speakers and he spoke about the impact that climate change-related heat stress could have on cattle.
- SABI, of die Suid-Afrikaanse Besproeiingsinstituut, nooi alle produsente uit om te deel in hul kundigheid. Michael Esmeraldo verduidelik Woensdag op Plaas TV wat die voordele van lidmaatskap inhou.
- Fanie Vorster van die Landbounavorsingsraad se ingenieursafdeling, verduidelik waarom die onderhoud van ‘n besproeiingstelsel so belangrik is.
- Bloemskou het dié jaar sy 140ste bestaansjaar gevier. Plaas TV het dié geleentheid bygewoon en verskeie rolspelers in die bedryf ontmoet.
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