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3 things happening in agri today, 20 January 2021

Make sure you don’t miss two opportunities for Dohne and Dormer Sheep auctions. Or, if you want to learn how to manage your pastures for ultimate animal health, sign up for a free webinar. E-mail info@foodformzansi.co.za to add your event to our daily agri calendar.


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Today is an exciting day if you are in the Swellendam and Strydfontein areas to go to the production auctions held there. If you can’t make it to the auctions, visit the websites linked below to contact the auctioneers. Or, if you are not in the mood to spend money at an auction today, there is also the opportunity to sign up for a free webinar on Pasture Biodiversity.

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Potberg Dohnes and Droërivier Dormers production auction

Today at 11:00 there is a production auction at the Swellendam, Western Cape, show grounds. Potberg is known for their high-quality Dohne sheep wool, while Droërivier say their Dormer rams are looking good and they are excited for the auction. 

Visit the Facebook event here or click here to view the auction catalogue. 


Olea Dohne production auction 

Also happening at 11:00 is a production auction of Dohne sheep at the Olea farms in Strydfontein, Gauteng 

The breed is known for its high quality and versatility, so don’t miss this auction if you are in the area! 

Click here to download the auction catalogue. 


Pasture Biodiversity for Animal Health webinar 

This webinar is part of a free series from Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT). In this webinar, Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Kara Kroeger will discuss how you can manage your pastures with regenerative methods to beneficially influence the health of your livestock and the ecosystem by fostering biodiversity both above and below ground. 

View the details for the event here. 

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Dona Van Eeden
Dona Van Eeden
Dona van Eeden is a budding writer and journalist, starting her career as an intern at Food for Mzansi. Furnished with a deep love and understanding of environmental systems and sustainable development, she aims to make the world a better place however she can. In her free time you can find her with her nose in a book or wandering on a mountain, looking at the world through her camera's viewfinder.

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