Informed farmers become the greatest farmers and the best conservationists because they are aware of how to achieve coexistence with the wildlife of their farms. The Southern Livestock Farmers Network (SOLIFANE) was established with the help of CCB in order to help facilitate information-sharing amongst farmers and allow them to make more informed decisions when it comes to their farming practices. On the 7th-8th July 2017, 13 SOLIFANE members undertook an educational trip to Ghanzi to meet and learn from Mr.Kevin Grant of Tiisa Farm Ranch in Ghanzi and to engage with the Ghanzi Small-stock Farmers Network. This trip proved relevant to connect the network members with one of Ghanzi’s most successful cattle farmers. Mr. Grant gave a very insightful presentation on the importance of rangeland management in modern livestock farming. He took the farmers for a practical view of his ranch, which is managed to promote long-term sustainable grass production. ‘We learnt a lot at Mr. Grant’s farm on rangeland management. We also learnt that as a group of farmers with one voice, it is much easier to reach great heights as long as we have common goals. We need all the support we can get from our communities, government and stakeholders like CCB to reach even greater heights,’ - Mr.Keolatetse Marambe, Ghanzi Small-stock Farmers Network. The groups of farmers from the network were also lucky enough to attend the last day of Ghanzi Agricultural show, which they enjoyed immensely. We are happy that these farmers are eager to transform their farming and improve their livelihoods.