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Sheengete village farmer lost 28 cattle

by editor1 / Oct 18, 2018 / 0 comments

A farmer at Oshana Sheengete village in the Oshikoto Region lost 28 cattle after they reportedly drank salty water from an earth dam.

Mix residents complain about the health risk of cattle kraal on their doorstep

by editor1 / Apr 02, 2018 / 0 comments

-Some Mix Settlement residents north of Windhoek are complaining about the bad smell and possible health risk because of a kraal located near their houses.

Police investigate cattle theft case in Omaheke

by editor1 / Nov 10, 2017 / 0 comments

-This follows an allegation that an adult Namibian male suspect entered a farm in the Leonardville area, where he allegedly led cattle from a grazing area to another farm, using horses.

Four lions that escaped from Etosha kill seven more cattle in Omusati

by editor1 / May 14, 2017 / 0 comments

-The four lions that escaped from the Etosha National Park have killed seven more cattle in Omutambo Gwomawe area of the Omusati Region.

Farmer kills two lions after losing 12 head of cattle

by editor1 / Apr 27, 2017 / 0 comments

-Twelve head of cattle were killed by lions at Andreas Ndakukamo's cattle post, in the Omusati Region on Tuesday.

Lightning kills 13 head of cattle of Kavango West farmer

by editor / Dec 26, 2016 / 0 comments

-A farmer in the Kapako constituency of the Kavango West Region suffered a great loss after his 13 head of cattle were struck by lightning on Christmas Eve.

Farmers in Erongo lose cattle worth 15-million dollars to drought

by editor / Oct 20, 2016 / 0 comments
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New Era Newspaper Namibia

Farmers in the Erongo region have lost cattle worth 15-million dollars to drought and the Regional Council is looking for aid to help them overcome their losses. Rossing Uranium, Erongo Red and Bannerman Resources at Swakopmund donated a combined amount of 165 000 dollars on Wednesday to help relieve their plight.

Agriculture sector dominates Windhoek Agricultural and Industrial Show

by editor / Oct 03, 2016 / 0 comments

The agriculture sector continues to be a dominant force at this year's annual Windhoek Agricultural and Industrial Show. This is so despite the persistent drought which is affecting the sector.