Agriculture

Só kweek Baainaars hul eie kos

5 days ago - 30 June 2020 | Agriculture

Walvisbaai Covid-19 het ’n groot impak op Walvisbaai aangesien dié ergste deur die pandemie geraak is. Daarmee saam gaan inwoners van die hawedorp deur ’n moeilike tyd, met werkverlies en ’n...

Gesonde groente

2 weeks ago - 16 June 2020 | Agriculture

Karibib • [email protected] net kraakvars groente word met akwaponiese stelsels ge­kweek nie, maar dit skep ook werksge­leenthede. Hierdie manier van dinge doen sorg dat Namibiërs 'n paar dollar in die sak kan steek, meen mnr....

Feeding the nation

1 year - 06 May 2019 | Agriculture

Swakopmund - Otis Finck The Agro farming industry could possibly rid Namibia of unemployment within the next five to ten years. This is the opinion of Ranjit Patil, the head Agronomist at...

Rosewood transporters are not criminals

1 year - 25 March 2019 | Agriculture

Swakopmund • Otis Finck A Namibian trucker who is in the business of transporting Rosewood says Namibians are confused about the practise and have little understanding of it. Nicolaas Herridge says most truckers are actually...

Boer goats to relieve poverty in rural areas

1 year - 04 February 2019 | Agriculture

ont face="Times" > Otis Finck - The Erongo regional council (ERC) is waiting for an assessment report before rolling out a Boer goat project aimed at reducing poverty and unemployment levels...

LPO wants testing halt

1 year - 15 October 2018 | Agriculture

Ellanie Smit The Livestock Producers Organisation (LPO) wants Namibia to declare itself free from tuberculosis and Brucellosis in an effort for farmers not...

Mega olive oil harvest expected

3 years ago - 26 May 2017 | Agriculture

A bumper harvest from the olive plantation at the Seal Processing Factory in Henties Bay is expected this month.Manager Gys Cilliers told Nampa on Wednesday...

Governor suggests reducing cattle numbers

3 years ago - 24 November 2016 | Agriculture

The governor of the Erongo region, Cleophas Mutjavikua, called on cattle farmers to seriously consider reducing the numbers of their livestock in light of the...