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How regenerative agriculture can feed South Africa.

How regenerative agriculture can feed South Africa.

The only way to feed the 9 billion by 2050 is to produce our food conventionally. In other words we must tolerate caged animal agriculture and soil destructive, pesticide heavy grain growing methods. This is the great lie that is so ubiquitous you can ask

7,101 tonnes of CO2 sequestered on our farm since 2017

7,101 tonnes of CO2 sequestered on our farm since 2017

You can directly influence climate change by choosing what you eat. Ecologically things just keep getting better on our farm. The most comprehensive measure of whether you are farming regeneratively or destructively (there is no middle ground in farming) is what is happening to the

You can have this mob grazing app for your farm. Read on.

You can have this mob grazing app for your farm. Read on.

For the last two years we have been experimenting with an Android app developed by Polymorph, who are based in Stellenbosch. It records our daily moves. Exact (GPS based) size of the camp. Number of livestock moved into the camp. Time of move into and out

My first Limousin bull for sale

My first Limousin bull for sale

There are many reasons why I settled on the Limousin as my beef breed of choice. Cross breeding, Raymond Blanc, suitability to my farm, not black, slow maturing and more income for the same expense. If you are not interested in any of these reasons

Our farming philosophies explained

Our farming philosophies explained

I was put in touch with these guys recently and if you click on those highlighted words (especially scroll down to the photos with their subtitles) you will get an erudite explanation of what the philosophical underpinning is to our grazing methodology. To understand what underlies