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Sharon Munjenjema, Harare Bureau WOES of livestock loss and theft may soon be a thing of the past as the country introduces an electronic system to trace animals, our Harare Bureau has learnt. ...

Mhlupheki Dube REPORTS about the outbreak of avian influenza in Limpopo Province of South Africa should send a jolting signal to the responsible authorities in Zimbabwe. ...

Clinton Moyo, Business Reporter THE Grain Millers Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has reserved $35 million which will be extended to the Grain Marketing Board to refurbish its silos as part of its efforts to capacitate a key stakeholder in the business. ...

Mhlupheki Dube THIS week we discuss a subject that looks relatively easy and perhaps obvious to some, yet not so to a number of livestock farmers. ...

Winter wheat Clinton Moyo, Business Reporter THE Zimbabwe Commercial Farmers Union (ZCFU) has bemoaned delayed land preparation for winter wheat saying this might result in farmers failing to meet the set targets. ...

Clinton Moyo, Business Reporter THE price of chicken has fallen from $4 per kilogramme to an average of $3,50 per kilogramme as poultry farmers have increased production after recovering from the effects of bird flu and drop in prices of stock feed. ...

Mr Maxwell Chikanda Dumisani Nsingo, Senior Farming Reporter THE Agricultural Marketing Authority (AMA) is in the process of mobilising farmers to start preparations for winter wheat cropping next month as it moves to ensure improved production. ...

Anderson Farm owner Mr Calvin Anderson stresses a point during a field day held at his farm in Kingsdale, Bulawayo on Thursday Clinton Moyo, Business Reporter FARMERS in Matabeleland region must put more land under horticulture crops as they are in high demand on the export market. ...

Wilson Dakwa, Farming Reporter HORTICULTURE farmers have been urged to rebrand their products and substitute electricity as a power source so as to penetrate new markets and reduce production costs respectively. ...

Builders working on a multi-million dollar upmarket business complex that is being built in Filabusi, Insiza District Dumisani Nsingo, Senior Business Reporter BUSINESSMAN and miner Mr Farai Taruvinga has embarked on the construction of a multi-million dollar upmarket business complex which is expected to uplift economic activity in the remote Gwatemba area of Insiza District...