Asa-Lift

Since its foundation in 1936, ASA-LIFT has enjoyed a reputation of quality, innovation and good craftsmanship. Production started mainly to serve the needs of local farmers. Then during the 1950’s the production run of machines was manufactured and in the 1960’s ASA-LIFT produced the world’s very first hydraulic harvester. Read More

Struik

Struik was established in 1934 and has grown from strength to strength. The quality of the machines build by Struik is so high, that people sometimes find working machines that are 20 years old, and still fully operational. Read More

Ferrari

The company was started in 1961 thanks to Luigi Ferrari’s intuition. The great success of the company is due both to the high quality of its products and to the enthusiasm and dedication of its employees. Ferrari specializes in the production of transplanting machines, both mechanical and automatic, for plants in blocks and modules, in plastic and polystyrene trays. Read More

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New focus on farm security - minister

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Bloemfontein - The government bemoans every farm killing and would tackle the problem in every province, Agriculture Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson said on Tuesday. "It is not just the killing of a ...

General | Iona | Wednesday, 12 January 2011

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New bill won’t stimulate farm jobs

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New laws on the security of land tenure and the eviction of farm workers will not encourage farmers to employ more workers according to Agri SA president Johannes Moller. He says ...

General | Iona | Wednesday, 29 December 2010

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SA farmers set sights on Moz

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Johannesburg - More South African farmers expect to receive land offers in Mozambique as they seek to expand across Africa amid uncertainty over land reform at home, an official from ...

General | Iona | Monday, 13 December 2010

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