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This week, Plaas TV brought viewers more interesting content and this is #flashbackfriday. Below is a recap of the week’s episodes:
- It has been confirmed that rabbit haemorrhagic disease is causing widespread mortalities of wild hares and domestic rabbits in the Western and Northern Cape provinces. Bonnie Schumann of the Endangered Wildlife Trust gives some recommendations on this outbreak, in today’s episode of Plaas TV.
- Suiwel in kleinhandel bly ‘n warm besprekingspunt en Alwyn Kraamwinkel van SAMPRO werp meer lig op dié onderwerp.
- Dan bly melkaantekeninge relevant, maar hoekom doen produsente dit nie? Thalia Brameld van SA Stamboek gesels met Lise Roberts hieroor.
- Wêreldgronddag word op 5 Desember gevier met die titel “Waar kos begin”. Dr Piet Nell van die Landbounavorsingsraad brei uit hieroor in vandag se episode van Plaas TV.
- Then Vittoria Jooste from SA Olive talks about the role of the association in the industry.
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Farm TV was launched in June 2020 and provides top quality and factually correct agricultural news and content. Click on the link above to view all Plaas TV’s content of the past two years. From agricultural shows to the history of Pinotage wine, Plaas TV covers all corners of the agricultural sector.