UOE TRIP ONE DAY 6.3 THE HISTORIAN CYRIL HROMNIK ON WHO WHERE IN SOUTH AFRICA

In what I’m saying about Africa, I want to say it in true historical terminology, because we have lots of artificial terminologies, created in recent years. The Khung are the oldest people that we know, south of the equator in Africa. It is possible that they lived all the way to Ethiopia and Sudan, but […]

UOE TRIP ONE DAY 6.1 DAWN HERDING

What happens even to very free range animals. These animals have been together all their lives in the outdoors. They have now been separated and call out to each other. They sense that it is Goodbye. The farmer discusses pasture rotation. We see hundreds of animals being sold as meat. Some of them come from […]

DAY 6 – ANIMAL FARMING 2

The lambs get tattoed in their ear from stock theft and legal purposes but that’s the only intervention. For stud cattle that option is also allowed. The lambs have never been dosed or treated. They have just been sucking on their mothers, and are now being weaned. They received some funding to buy plant material and […]