Landbou Radio – 10 March 2022

Three-day Stiffness sickness and Lumpy Skin Disease are insect-transmitted viral diseases of cattle and are some of the most important erosion diseases that lead to annual losses of millions of rands. In our program of 10 March, Dr Caro Labuschagne, Technical and Product Manager at Afrivet talks about these diseases, their symptoms in cattle and how they can be treated.

Rohann Slabbert, Group National Sales Manager at Knittex has information about the company. They are a manufacturer and supplier of synthetic fabric and shade net. Every Knittex product is made to very high standards and are regulated by various Global Standards Providers such as SATS, AS, Cal Fire and ASTM.

Dr Lorinda Frylinck, Research Team Manager at the ARC Animal Production Campus talks about new research that is done regarding Indigenous Veld Goats and genetics.

Kristie Payne, Managing Director of Bushveld Bees in KZN has information about the training that they offer to new bee-farmers as well as local crop farmers.

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