In the next Senwes Scenario Summer edition

In the summer months you can look forward to an edition that focus on Planting Time which is on our doorstep, with loads of articles and tips to plan ahead for the next season. In the previous editions we focused on Wolmaransstad and Lichtenburg and this time we focus again on Bultfontein with the Boertjiefees that took place recently with Senwes as a proud media partner.

The producer focus in this edition is Piet Ferreira in the Bultfontein district. Another area that Senwes just moved into is Standerton in Mpumalanga with Senwes Grainlink establishing a branch with grain marketing advisor in the area, Neil Kemp enlightening us about their operations in the district. The very first Nampo Cape also took place in Bredasdorp. This is the same platform as Nampo Harvest Day near Bothaville that so many producers in the central region became accustomed to for more than half a century. 

The Landbouweekblad en Agri SA Land Summit was earthmoving and we also hear a few thoughts of just some of our developing farmers. The recent Agri North West and Free State Agriculture Congresses also gave us a lot of food for thought.

We also report for the last time about the Senwes Head Land Braai where Senwes said thank you to all the producers, just for doing business with us.

Don’t be afraid! The usual columns are still there with the hunting article of Jan-Lodewyk Serfontein as well as Hansie Swanepoel of Senwes Grainlink and Frans Dreyer, Manager Grain Brokerage with the Group Executive Innovation and Integrated Solutions, Martin Van Zyl, who will be taking a break as a writer of hip and happening innovative ideas in the sector – this is just some of the things readers can look forward to.

For this and many more interesting articles, keep an eye out for the next edition of the Senwes Scenario that you, our valued clients will receive in the month of October. If you haven’t subscribed yet, please visit the following link