The best way to get your hands on an old weed farm, or farm that will give you a new one to work on?
Find out by heading to a farm with some old growth, a rhino ranch or a farm that grows the new crop.
These farms are often open to the public and they are all located in remote regions of South Africa.1.
The Rhino Ranch: This rhino farm was established in 1972, but has only been in operation for around two years.
It is located in the Kruger National Park and is the only one in the world with rhino meat and its own greenhouse.
The rhino is not allowed on the premises, and its only allowed to feed at the farm during daylight hours.
The farm itself is small, but it has a greenhouse that is big enough for three animals.
It produces approximately 10kg of rhino horn per week, which is enough to make up a significant portion of a farmer’s income.
The ranch itself also produces a number of rhinos horn that is used in traditional medicines.
This means the ranch has some great medicinal value and a long term sustainable future.2.
The Farm to Grow: This is a great farm that is located just a short drive from the Krugguera.
It was established by a group of farmers, and is managed by the Rhino Ranch, which also has a large greenhouse on site.
The first rhino to be brought here was captured in 1989.
The herd that arrived in 1994 is the oldest of the four rhinos in the farm, which are all still healthy and strong.
This rhinoceros farm has a rhinocentre that is over a metre high, and has an open-air pool with water running through it.
It also has waterfalls and a pool where the rhino can swim in.
The animals that live here have been bred to be good farmers, so there are also plenty of fish.3.
The Rhinocero: This farm is situated in a remote area of South West Africa, and it has only one other rhino that was captured there in 1998.
The two other rhinos that were captured at this farm were released in 1996.
The owner of this farm, the late Richard Mottram, was a former British colonial officer, and was involved in many important events in Africa.
He has also been a pioneer in regenerative farming, which means that the rhinos he has brought in are now producing healthy rhino horns.
He also has an interest in farming with medicinal plants and also has two rhino calves that are now thriving.4.
The Ollie’s Farm: This farming operation has been in existence since 1972, and the Ollies were responsible for introducing the first rhinos to the area.
The land was originally owned by a local village, and they kept the rhinos as pets, but they were allowed to harvest them as part of their traditional hunting and farming activities.
In 1996, the Olly’s were granted a licence to bring in more rhinos, and by 1997, there were around 50 rhinos living in the small community.
This farm produces rhinohistory, rhino milk and rhino eggs.5.
The Gudie’s Rhino Farm: The Gugis were responsible to bring rhinos into the region.
They were originally from a farming community, and owned this farm when they were released.
They kept the animals in a separate enclosure, and kept them as pets until the rhids were released, but were allowed in to work with them.
The owners of the farm have a large outdoor pool, a number the animals are able to swim in and an indoor pool that is a lot bigger than the pool on the other farms.
The main area of the land is also the home of the Gugi rhinos.6.
The Zuma Farm: Located in the Nkandla National Park, this farm is the home to a number rhinos from the local community.
They are kept in a small enclosure, which has been converted into a rhinos enclosure, allowing the rhos to roam freely.
This is also where the owners keep the rhid eggs that are produced by the rhine horns, and also produces some medicinal plants for the people.
This farming facility produces around 4kg of medicinal rhinopowder a week, and some medicinal herbs for the residents.7.
The Roloff Farm: These are the largest rhino farms in South Africa, with over 400 rhinos on the land.
They have been open since the late 1980s, and are managed by a number local farmers, who have been in the farming business for a long time.
The oldest rhino on the farm is currently around three years old, and he has a lot of potential for the future.
The farmers have kept the area relatively remote, which allows for the animals to stay together and have a very good chance of surviving.8. The Hool