Livestock has long been a central pillar of Botswana's economy but months without rain have left little grass in the country's pastures. Our reporter Daniel Plafker visited a feedlot in the town of Lobatse to learn how enterprising herders are finding ways to persevere and how the landlocked country's soon-to-be-privatized beef export monopoly is eyeing Asian markets in a bid to diversify.
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