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New Era Newspaper Tuesday December 19, 2017

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Tuesday, December 19 2017 | NEW ERA 15 Planting on hold as the rains stay away Staff Reporter Windhoek It is a wait-and-see game in the Maize Triangle, the country’s staple diet breadbasket with virtually a dry November and a rainless season, as was predicted by the Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) An exceptional decline in white maze production in Namibia’s dry-land drought, was replaced with optimism Producers Association (NPA), Gernot panic yet but the delay will sow doubt amongst producers as they have experienced great losses over the past Wait-and-see…Producers are now pinning their hopes on good rains after Christmas and into the new year to reach the expected total harvest goal of some 68,800 tonnes of white maize. Photo: Contributed insurance companies are not prepared the NAB, Antoinette Venter, is nevertheless optimistic about a rather Maize consumption in the animal by almost 2% per annum over the ten-year period between 2017 and cash-strapped consumers switch to the in the medium term, as income growth due to substitution into alternative Namibia’s 2015 and 2016 maize experienced total crop losses as a result communal area (Zambezi, Kavango East and Kavango West regions) 2% in 2016, but is 62% below the harvest prospects in the commercial 2% higher than in 2015 but is 35% Mahangu (pearl millet) production production showed a negative outlook with its harvest expected to drop by 68% below average, and 17% lower based on the good crop germinations reported in Omusati, Oshikoto, Ohangwena, Kavango East and Intentions to plant were lower than previous years as local producers have been exposed to adverse droughts the ability to be exposed to such risks again, says Namib Mills and Namib A weak overall harvest will translate into Namibia having to Kae MaÞunÿu-Tjiparuro Windhoek F which they needed to drive to access opened business to the public last is growing at a tremendous pace, and saw both an opportunity and a market at the same time,” says Beau a while and did not succeed mostly This also taught me a very valuable matter how hard you try, as long as you keep doing the same things don’t production in the Omaheke Region, one cannot see how and where the communal settlements,” Kauta “The idea was to bring a solution closer to the community as the nearest Otjinene gets fodder shop Fodder in backyard… advisor to Omaheke Governor Festus Ueitele. Photo: Contributed I saw it as an opportunity since our business would be complementary and solution-driven,” he adds, indicating there is more to the venture would now be able to buy their have to always load it to maximum capacity and the distance travelled! Karive Feed, as the shop has around the region, and we intend to expand by starting to have our own is a unique service and it will be done knowledge, especially regarding the Additionally, Karive Feed will sessions, at least twice a year, in associations to teach and highlight I believe would add value to the special arrangements with both Agra Also through the suggestion book available at the counter at the shop, a minimum quantity that will be mixing its own products that are direct “I am also testing a system at my Karive Feed is also planning to

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