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Pact with the devil? Farmers use oil firms' water

Jul 05 2015 11:38

After four years of record drought, farmers are using waste water from oil companies, but environmental campaigners are raising the red flag.


SA to be net importer of corn first time in 7yrs

Jul 02 2015 19:42

South Africa, currently Africa’s largest producer of corn, could be a net importer for the first time in seven years this season as a drought cuts production.


Poultry body seeks load shedding mercy for chickens

Jul 01 2015 10:57

Chicken producers will ask the state to help them guarantee electricity supply to SA’s biggest abattoirs as almost-daily power cuts are harming the birds’ welfare.


Designer wheat fails field test

Jun 25 2015 19:30

The scientific quest for pest-resistant crops has suffered a blow when disappointed British researchers announced their designer wheat failed to repel aphids in the field.


Fruit, wine and labour create new forum

Jun 25 2015 18:51

A bold step towards improved labour relations in the fruit and wine sectors was taken when two key industry bodies and a national trade union signed an MOU.


W Cape wine producers shine

Jun 24 2015 13:52

Western Cape wine producers have been ranked as South Africa’s best, according to results published in the SA Wine Index.


Annual agriculture survey is underway

Jun 22 2015 14:39

Stats SA is appealing for participation in the annual agricultural survey which is currently being conducted.


Online wine sales account for just 5% worldwide

Jun 16 2015 17:00

A French study shows online wine sales accounted for a mere 5% of global sales last year, but are expected to rise sharply.


Sea Harvest launches R25m share scheme for workers

Jun 12 2015 14:20

At least 2 000 Sea Harvest staff stand to benefit from an employee share scheme that has been launched by the company.


Sustainable fishing could produce more fish

Jun 10 2015 19:00

Research shows global sustainable fishery policies could raise profits in the sector, boost the number of fish in the oceans and provide more food.

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US deal may cost poultry sector 6 500 jobs

Jun 10 2015 10:29

The poultry industry could lose up to to R900m in turnover as a result of an agreement to allow duty-free imported chicken from the US, says an industry body.


SA poultry producers' shares fall on US chicken imports

Jun 08 2015 20:00

SA poultry producers' shares were mostly down in a weak market after Pretoria opened its doors to US chicken imports under a deal reached at the weekend.

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