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Reliance was founded in 1986 and initially distributed poultry cages, plastic broiler equipment and gas heaters to the farming community in South Africa. Reliance has since developed a broad base of customers throughout South and Sub-Saharan Africa. Our factory has the required machinery to manufacture most styles and designs of poultry equipment ranging from nest boxes, hot air heaters, chain feeders, ventilation louver doors and cage systems. Various plastic moulds have also been acquired, which includes the chick master setter tray and the complete range of cyclone feeder pan moulds. Another aspect of the factory capability is the refurbishment and upgrading of poultry equipment including electrical component refits. Part of the machinery includes a fully computerised turret punching machine, which enhances the precision capabilities and this offers the assurance that any product manufactured in the factory is delivered to the highest quality standards.
37 Ridge Road Honeydew
BKB Central Region is the Leading Livestock & Auctioneering Organisation in Eastern Cape & Karoo.
61 Grahamstown Road, North End, Port Elizabeth, 6001
Agri Eastern Cape was established in 2001 and is the voice of the farmer in the province. Formerly known as the Eastern Province Agricultural Union, Agri EC today represents more than 3 000 members and affiliated organisations. Its vision is to develop and grow the agricultural industry as a sustainable economic sector by promoting agricultural business interests, influencing government policy formulation and providing value-added services to its members. The organisation supports agri-tourism as a means of contributing to the sustainability of emerging and commercial farms. By offering value-added tourism and hospitality services such as accommodation, farm stalls, 4×4routes, mountain biking, hiking and hunting, farmers are able to establish a meaningful connection with the public. Agri EC aims to create further understanding between producers and consumers of agricultural products through vehicles such as the Like Local campaign. It also strives to foster cooperation with other sectors, while taking into consideration the needs and interests of the nation as a whole. Where necessary, the organisation coordinates the views of the province’s agricultural stakeholders, so that it presents a united front and speaks with one voice in working with provincial and national government, as well as its parent body, Agri South Africa. From an […]
17 Mangold Rd Port Elizabeth 6055
In 1988 one of the Cape’s most foremost wine makers, Beyers Truter of Kanonkop Estate, formed a partnership with four ardent wine lovers in Johannesburg with one ideal in mind: to produce a wine of exceptional character. After exploring the Cape Winelands for a suitable location they found a perfectly situated farm in the Koelenhof area within the Stellenbosch Wine of Origin region. Coincidence provided an appropriate name. The farm’s original name was Nooitgedacht, which for five generations belonged to the Beyers family before Jan Andries Beyers sold it in 1895. Beyers Truter is a direct descendent of Jan Beyers, thus making him the sixth generation to farm this land. This piece of land could only have one name – BEYERSKLOOF Beyer Truter’s original search for land was focused on one thing only: finding the best soils to produce a Cabernet Sauvignon-based wine. Beyerskloof’s shallow, gravely soil is very similar to that of Bordeaux. The shallowness of the soil led Beyers to plant almost 5 000 vines per hectare to optimise the small pocket of land. The vines are planted with 20 000 Cabernet Sauvignon vines and 5 000 Merlot vines. They are planted north to south on a five […]
Koelenhof Road, R304, Stellenbosch