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‘Small-scale milk producers can make money from cheese’

Small-scale milk producers could start their own artisan cheese-making businesses for a capital outlay of just R24 000.

This was according to research by Dr Faith Nyamakwere of the Department of Animal Sciences at Stellenbosch

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