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Farmer's Inside Track - Food For Mzansi EPISODE 11
How Eric Mauwane raised enough capital to start his own farm
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How Eric Mauwane raised enough capital to start his own farm

Building a farming empire is no easy feat, but when you’re driven by passion, like Eric Mauwane is, no field will be left untilled. Mauwane successfully operates a family farming business in Tarlton, Gauteng. In this week’s Farmer’s Inside Track podcast,

Mauwane joins Food For Mzansi’s co-founder Ivor Price and editor Dawn Noemdoe to talk about the ups and downs of running his family farming business, Oneo Farms. The former systems engineer and research marketer has some valuable tips on raising enough capital to start your own farm.

Farmer’s Inside Track is a platform for South Africa’s up-and-coming farmers and new entrants into agri-businesses who need information and inspiration to help them start up and get up to sprinting speed as commercial producers and/or agri-processors. The men and women who have resolved to one day getting to the place where the large-scale commercial farmers are, but not really finding useful information on how to get there.

This platform is a resource of exclusive content and an online community that aims to support up-and-coming commercial farmers through that tricky phase of their businesses that comes between the starter pistol and finding their stride in the sprint towards the finish line.

SALUTING UNSUNG AGRI-HEROES 

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