Pigs eat Port Jackson Willow

Port Jackson Willow (Acacia Saligna) is very invasive in our part of the world. Hlubi keeps some pigs in Tsitsikama which is 130 km west of where we are. I tried catting some branches to see if they would take to it. They really enjoy it. A free resource perhaps to small farmers who are trying to find affordabe options to supplement the pig feed needs.

Author: Tim Hewitt-Coleman

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