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A national livestock traceability system would benefit exports

In the last week of January, I delivered a brief address on the value of traceability in monitoring livestock and fostering a viable livestock products trade in South Africa at the Livestock Identification and Traceability System conference, held in Pretoria.

Traceability is important because the growth in South Africa’s agriculture sector

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