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A manual for red meat producers

Stock farmers face a long list of challenges and risks. One of the greatest of these is the conservation of natural resources, as today’s producers are entirely responsible for their own fodder flow programmes and can no longer look to the state for disaster or drought relief.

To assist farmers, the Red Meat Producers’ Organisation (RPO) has published a handy livestock manual

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