Growing growers is our development mandate, made possible by COLLABORATIVE FARMING.
is two or more farmers working together in a formal arrangement for the mutual benefit of all those involved in the arrangement.
The main benefits of a collaborative arrangement are:
Economic – a collaborative arrangement can offer farmers increased returns through the ability to achieve scale at a lower capital cost; the reduction of costs which are duplicated between farmers; and risk sharing.
PHASE 1: KwaZulu Natal 2020
PHASE 2: South Africa 2021
PHASE 3: Africa 2022
Start-Up Capital: R36 500 minimum
Farmers Profits: +/- R28 300
Duration: 12 months
Start-Up Capital: R12 000 minimum
Farmers Profits: +/- R42 000
Start-Up Capital: R9 500 minimum
Farmers Profits: +/- R31 500
Start-Up Capital: R7 200 minimum
Farmers Profits: +/- R24 000
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