Dohne Merinos News
The latest Dohne Merino News from Suidplaas Dohnes
Cold, wet weather is certainly not unusual in the Overberg. And therefore, lamb deaths as a result of chilly weather is also
Despite the concerns around COVID-19, it was an action-packed day – with many of our past stud records broken. It’s clear that
For sheep farmers, this means having a low-input animal – that can generate maximum income at the lowest possible cost. According to Wynand du Toit
‘n Hoë speenpersentasie (aantal lammers gespeen vanaf die aantal ooie gepaar), is dié belangrikste aspek van wolskaap
The Coronavirus and the subsequent lockdown have played havoc on the agricultural sector in South Africa. And the Dohne industry is no different.
It’s planting season in the Overberg. And while the rest of the country is on lockdown at home, at Suidplaas our team is currently preparing the lands and
It’s not sufficient to make sure your Dohne Merino sheep have water. It’s vital they also have access to GOOD QUALITY water. On World Water Day
What should you expect in the Dohne Merino industry in 2020? Wynand du Toit, owner of Suidplaas Dohnes
Sonder kennis van die bedryf kan enige Dohne-veilingkatalogus effens Grieks klink. Hier volg ’n verduideliking van die afkortings in ’n katalogus, en hoe om die getalle te interpreteer.
Dohne Merino wool may be sold as Merino wool in the market. But there are still a couple of characteristics that make the Dohne’s wool unique. So for a Dohne Merino farmer …
The Dohne Merino breed is growing – thanks to the versatility and profitability of the animal. While the breed was born in South Africa, today countries
Dohne Merino breeders travelled from across the country to attend our Suidplaas Dohnes auction in