We are not rich – farmer

Koos Blackenberg dispels myth

In the interview with Koos Blanckenberg, one of the biggest challenges he addresses is that the view is that grain farmers make a substantial amount of money.

In addition, he talks about the importance of sharing knowledge with those living in rural areas about grain farming and is yet another member of Grain SA who is determined to prove to the government that he and other members of Grain SA are willing to work together by putting the past behind them, so they can provide food for the nation and for future generations.

 

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