How a farmer solved problem of livestock dying in drought

Indigenous grass provides stock for dry days and needs little water to grow again

In Summary

• Indigenous grass is a godsend to farmers used to losing their livestock during drought  

• It has proven to adapt to arid and semi-arid conditions, thus sustaining pasture supply

The recurrence of drought countrywide depresses innumerable livestock farmers. The setbacks experienced are often attested to by carcasses of animals that shrivel to skeletons strewn on the ...

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