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3 things happening in agri today, 12 January 2021

Happy Tuesday, Mzansi! In the mood for some dinner inspiration? Why not join in the National Curried Chicken Day celebrations. Also, be sure to explore the webinars on pasture management for limited-resources farmers and renewable energy in agriculture

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It’s super Tuesday, and today you have a new excuse to enjoy a spicy dinner as part of the National Curried Chicken Day celebrations. Also, be sure to tune into the global webinars on pasture management for limited-resources farmers and renewable energy in agriculture.

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Curried Chicken Day

Yes, National Curried Chicken Day is really a thing. Promise. Every year, 12 January is set aside to honour that most spicy of main courses – chicken curry. From Asia to the Caribbean, this dish has a huge following among those who like a bit of heat in their food.

Making a South African butter chicken curry dish from scratch is an art that, once mastered, could become your signature dish. Be sure to check out Mzansi Flavour for no-nonsense dinner and other recipes.

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Pasture management for limited-resources farmers

Small-scale farmers with limited resources will surely benefit from a global webinar on some of the tools needed to better understand the benefits of good pasture management.

It will discuss why continuous grazing is not sufficient, how to find and create global markets for products, and unpack the importance of establishing a business entity and keeping it separate from one’s homestead. The webinar is presented by the US-based Food Animal Concerns Trust, and will kick off at 23:00 today Mzansi time. Sign up here.

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Renewable energy in agriculture 

It is day two of the International Conference on Renewable Agriculture, and Mzani farmers can link up virtually to the event presented live from Jaipur Palace in Jaipur, India. Researchers, scientists, engineers, and farmers exchange and share their experiences, ideas, and research results. Click here to join the conference from 11:00 Mzansi time.

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