This week Plaas TV brought viewers more interesting content, and this is #flashbackfriday. Below is a recap of the week’s episodes:
- The South African Society for Animal Science (SASAS) Northern Branch recently held its annual student industry day at the University of Pretoria. Animal science students from the Universities of Pretoria, North West, Venda, Limpopo, and UNISA attended the day to hear what the speakers have to say – and what a turnout it was! Plaas Media was the proud media partner of the event.
- Lede van die lewendehawebedryf kan in Oktober die gewilde LRF-veeskool by Aldam bywoon. Vanjaar se fokus is op bulseleksie. SP Potgieter, ‘n boer en vleisbeeskonsultant van Delmas, woon jaarliks dié geleentheid by en Plaas TV-kykers kan uitvind watter waarde dit vir hom het.
- Jaco Pieterse van die Richmond-omgewing boer hoofsaaklik met skape en glo in die volle waardeketting, van teel en slag tot verkope. Hy brei uit oor die lesse wat hulle tydens die droogte geleer het.
- Rainbow’s Hammarsdale plant recently reinstated a second processing shift – a symbol of the essence of the Poultry Sector Master Plan. The plan is a visionary blueprint encompassing facets such as investments, employment generation, poultry exports, and the cultivation of contract growers. Marthinus Stander, the managing director of Rainbow, spoke to Plaas TV to unpack the significance of this reinstatement.
- It is #ResearchFriday which means it is time to once again become acquainted with the research projects conducted by the team at the Agricultural Research Council. This week we visit the ARC Infruitec-Nietvoorbij, based in Stellenbosch.
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