AFGRI Agri Services is a leading agricultural services company with core competencies to enhance, support and guide the growth of your agricultural enterprise.

AFGRI Agri Services, your partner for generations.

The Axl platform is an exciting product that allows South Africans an opportunity to access mechanisation when needed. It also allows equipment owners to fully utilise their equipment throughout the year. This platform has revolutionised the way we utilise mechanisation equipment.

We are passionate about ensuring food security for our continent, on which our business has a more than 90 year heritage in grain and agriculture. It is this passion that drives our vision into Africa.

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Afgriland

Afgriland focuses on good news and solutions within the agricultural industry and related sectors. The glossy magazine appears bi-monthly and is primarily distributed to AFGRI Agri Service’s producer customers, who receive the magazine directly in the mail. The rest are distributed at AFGRI retail stores.
If you don’t already receive the magazine, you can now subscribe or catch up on previous editions of Afgriland on the magazine’s website.

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