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The new year has finally arrived and hopefully everybody is well rested after the holidays. The farmers have planted their summer crops and are looking forward to a good harvest this season.

In 2020 ProAgri also planted seeds that we shall be harvesting in 2021. During the difficult times we persevered and kept our magazines and online articles on the high standard that our readers have become accustomed to.

We have launched social media platforms in five new countries – Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya, and Angola. We are now present and serving agriculture in ten Southern African countries. This year, we shall also expand to include a television programme, and we shall pay more attention to video production that will be broadcasted on television as well as on YouTube and our various social media platforms. The details and where to find the channels to view the exclusive ProAgri content will be shared in due course.

The ProAgri vision goes beyond being just another media company that prints and distributes articles and advertisements. We are committed to keep you up to date with the latest trends, technologies and best practices in livestock, crop production, mechanisation, and resource management. With an ever-increasing audience that grew to more than 6 million monthly readers last year, we are ideally placed to distribute free, premium information to all farmers in Southern Africa.

Remember to get your free copy every month, and visit our websites or Also find us on Facebook or contact me directly via the e-mail address provided below. I would love to hear what you are busy with on your farm, or what is happening in your region.

Farm smartly!

Jaco Cilliers –

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