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Small stock, BIG potential

Although Botswana is world famous for its beef, and rightly so, small stock has failed to entice stomachs in the same way.

This could be about to change, however, with more and more farmers looking to cash in on the sector’s growing potential.

Indeed, as far as National Development Bank (NDB) Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Lorato Morapedi is concerned, goats and sheep could one day moo-ve past cows as the people’s meat of choice.

Addressing stakeholders at a gathering in Gaborone, held under the theme, ‘Smart Farming – the key to unlocking the future of Agriculture’, Morapedi noted th...

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