Profitable Boer Goat Farming training course
The Boer Goat industry continues to grow and — as in many other agricultural sectors — the demands on producers are intensifying. Profitability is under pressure, parasite resistance is becoming more common, agricultural land is getting more expensive. To remain competitive and maintain sustainable growth, the producer needs knowledge and skill. He needs all the information possible that will make his farming operation succeed over the long term.
An important Boer Goat Farming course
To satisfy this demand, Johan Steyn, developer of this boergoats.co.za website and owner of the well-known Patriot Boer Goat Stud in South Africa, has developed an intensive one-day Boer Goat Farming course aimed at addressing the needs of farmers.
The management course is presented in layman’s language. It draws on practical experience gained over more than 27 years of Boer Goat farming; experience and knowledge that is shared with farmers looking to enter the Boer Goat sector. Existing farmers looking to improve their profitability and sustainability will also benefit greatly from the course.
|This is how to book|
|Making a Booking||Click here for an online registration form.
Payment must be done by EFT or direct deposit using your name as a reference. The payment advice with your email address or cell phone number and name as per your reference should emailed or faxed to us. We do not accept cheque payments. All courses must be booked and paid for at least 5 days prior to the course date.
IMPORTANT: If you reschedule your booking in writing by email 48 hours at the latest before the date of the course and in time for us to change the arrangements with the venue, no additional costs will be levied with your attendance at the next course. However, cancellations received after this deadline and non-arrivals on the day of the course will be carried forward once only to the next course at a cost of R500 per student (payable in advance) to cover direct costs. Should you not attend this rescheduled course, your booking and payment in full is forfeited. Please refer to our website for full terms and conditions.
All cancellations will incur a R250 admin and bank charges fee.
|Course fee||The Profitable Boer Goat Farming course costs R1900 per person. This includes your printed training manual, Boer Goat Management Procedures DVD, certificate, lunch and tea/coffee on the day of the course.
Once we have received your payment advice (please use your full name as a reference), we will confirm your booking via email and send you the address for Hadeda Estate (Morvet), Potchefstroom, where the course is presented.
* For cash deposits please add R85 bank costs
* For payments made from outside South Africa, please add R375 for forex and bank costs as charged by our bank.
Course bookings must be made at least 5 days in advance to allow us time to print the manuals, DVDs and certificates. NO LATE PAYMENTS CAN BE ACCEPTED.
|Accommodation||Accommodation is available nearby the venue where the course is offered. On receipt of your payment advice we will forward the contact details of the guest house/s where accommodation can be booked. You can book directly with them.|
|Bank Details||Bank||First National Bank|
|Account Name||Boer Goats SA|
|Profitable Boer Goat Farming Course: Dates and Venues 2019|
|The intensive one-day course will equip students with the essential skills they need to improve the profitability and sustainability of their farming operation. It is aimed at new and existing farmers who have a workable knowledge of livestock farming and who are looking to improve their knowledge levels.
The course covers all aspects of Boer Goat farming and husbandry. It is presented every second month of the year while special courses for a minimum of 30 students can also be arranged on request.
Alle kursusmateriaal is ook in Afrikaans beskikbaar en kan kursusse uitsluitlik in Afrikaans aangebied word indien verlang.
Upon completion the student will be able to apply his newly gained knowledge to his own operation right away.
The following aspects are covered:
* Physiology of the Boer Goat
* The Economics of Livestock Farming
* Goat health and Preventative medicine
* Feeding & Nutrition
* Planning the Production Cycle
* Managing the Kidding Season
|DATES AND VENUES FOR 2019|
|12 February 2020||08h30 for 09h00||Potchefstroom||Register online|
|25 March 2020||08h30 for 09h00||Potchefstroom||Register online|
|13 May 2020||08h30 for 09h00||Potchefstroom||Register online|
|22 July 2020||08h30 for 09h00||Potchefstroom||Register online|
|16 September 2020||08h30 for 09h00||Potchefstroom||Register online|
|18 November 2020||08h30 for 09h00||Potchefstroom||Register online|