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Mwenezi Farmer Unveils Cattle-Breeding Project

09 September 2010

ZIMBABWE - A white commercial farmer and rancher in Mwenezi, Mr Brine Caywood, has unveiled a cattle-breeding project.

He plans to use the project to donate more than one million artificial insemination doses from hybrid bulls to local communal farmers over the next 12 months, reports The Zimbabwe Herald .

Mr Caywood announced the programme in Munyamani resettlement area in Maranda during a South Eastern Growers Association meeting witnessed by the Zanu-PF National Chairman Cde Simon Khaya Moyo on Saturday.

He said at least 150 bulls, each with a capacity to produce 20,000 doses per annum, would be used in the project.

The bulls are at his farm, Lot 21 in Mwenezi and collectively produce three million doses a year.

"I am offering 150 hybrid breeding bulls that will produce artificial insemination doses to improve the quality of livestock in this district," Mr Caywood said.

Mr Caywood said SEGA would assist with administrative and logistical support.

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