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Infrastructure to boost your profits

As part of my project management work in communal farming areas in the northern reaches of the Eastern Cape, I’ve noticed livestock handling facilities are either dilapidated or non-existent.

This makes it difficult to hold auctions and most sales thus go through livestock speculators who do not always pay market-related prices. In turn, this makes it increasingly difficult

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