Panic sets in among impoverished Ngamiland farmers

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MAUN: Mayhem continues to reign supreme in Ngamiland where the Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) has kept a tight stranglehold on cattle farming since 2007.

The plague has cut the farming community into two opposing camps as hostilities between small farmers in the communal areas and big cattle ranchers in Hainaveld become pronounced.

This week, small farmers raised a barrage of concerns regarding government's FMD control efforts and the BMC's cattle buying practices.

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