Communal sector requests state assistance 

Bonita Francis
 November 23, 2017
Comments (0)
Communal


Communal woolgrowers farming with sheep in the Province of Legends are struggling with major threats such as stock and wool theft, predation and stray dogs, bio-security and climate change, which is producing severe droughts.  "Only by standing together and with government's assistance, can these challenges be faced", a spokesperson said. 

 

Article following the annual congress of the Eastern Cape Communal Woolgrowers' Association (ECCWGA), held on 24 August 2017 in Idutywa. 

 

Read full article as appeared in the Wool Farmer

 

Lawrence Maduna, 2016/17 Chairman's report 


ARTICLE LANDBOUWEEKBLAD - THEUNS BOTHA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leave a comment

Keep me updated?

Comments are moderated.
Be the first person to comment.

Quick Navigation

Month:
Author:
Category:

Bonita Francis

Latest Blogs

2018 BEST CLASSED WOOL CLIP WINNER  NWGA annual congress 2019 Feedback Report WOLBEDRYF SE KODE VIR BESTE PRAKTYKE (KVBP)  DIT WERK VIR MY........ (DIE BOER VERTEL)  USEFUL APPS FOR DOWNLOAD  USEFUL LINKS AND VIDEOS  DROOG EN SOOG VAN OOIE  CONTINUATION OF THE GENETIC IMPROVEMENT PROJECT  KEN JOU REGTE AS DIE MYNE AANKLOP  WAT IS DIE BESTE MANIER OM NA WOLSKAPE OOR TE SKAKEL? 
national-wool-growers-association-of-south-africa-communal-and-commercial

Follow Us

  

Head Office

+27 (0) 41 365 5030
+27 (0) 41 365 5035
nwga@nwga.co.za

OK / Close