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Richard Haigh

South African farming pioneer Richard Haigh has been hailed by the Worldwatch Institute and Slow Food International for his agro-ecological methods of farming indigenous Zulu sheep and Nguni cattle at his farm Enaleni in KwaZulu Natal. In October 2012, Richard gave a presentation at the Slow Food Terra Madre event in Turin, Italy, where he appealed to farmers to heed the call by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu for an evolution towards humane and sustainable farming.


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