South African Grain Farmers Association
South African Grain Farmers Association is a Non-Profit Organisation that is incorporated under South African legislation. The organisation was founded by grain farmers from various grain producing regions of South Africa in June 2018. South African Grain Farmers Association is a grain commodity organisation widely known as “SAGRA”. SAGRA is a voluntary membership based organisation that represents the interests of small-scale and developing commercial grain farmers in the South Africa grain industry.
The objectives of SAGRA include:
1. Organising small-scale and developing commercial grain farmers in South Africa.
2. Promote, drive and create a platform for effective and impactful development to all small scale and developing grain farmers in South Africa.
SAGRA’s reason for existance
> Significant and traceable contribution to food security by associate farmers
> Assist associate member farmers to play a significant role in the sector’s industrial development
> Together with our affiliates, participate in the equitable land tenure drive for all associate farmers
> Support a mechanisation access and adoption drive for associate farmers
> Promote a new co-operative drive for new grain logistic revolution
> Capacitate associate farmers to produce more to maximise profits
The organisation is gradually growing to have representation in all provinces and throughout South Africa. Our key focus grain commodities:
White Maize | Yellow Maize | Soyabeans | Sunflower | Wheat | Barley | Dry beans | Canola | Grain Sorghum | Indigenous grains