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In this traditionally small stock farming area, a total number of 596 cattle were sold of which 445 were weaners.
In a paper distributed to the ministers, the Presidency states that the stock farming sector contributes to European citizens' well-being by providing wholesome food and ensuring land use that provides for economic growth while maintaining jobs in rural regions.
With a 70% increase in global food demand expected to occur by 2050, what future is in store for stock farming? Answering that question is the purpose of a research project, launched on 2 March, by a group of research institutes in Europe, Brazil and Africa.
He mentioned that the other sub-sectors of the agriculture sector included small stock farming, dairy, game farming, poultry, piggery, fishery, beekeeping, agro-processing, which Mr Olebile said they should also be promoted for business opportunities as there was high demand for their products, with the potential for exports.
Speaking to the National House of Traditional Leaders during the debate of the speech he delivered at the annual opening of the House, the President said : "It is important to strengthen our rural areas and invest in the land, in agriculture and stock farming to enhance food security.
"This is a major strategic question for our agriculture, and especially for stock farming, which uses massive amounts of protein crops for livestock feed.
'About 40 people are employed at Lobu so small stock farming is our diamond in Kgalagadi.