GreenFeed® Growing Systems
174 Voortrekker Rd
Unit 2
Factoria
Krugersdorp

PO Box 1823, Rant & Dal, Gauteng, South Africa, 1751

Tel:+27 (0) 11 568 2210

Email: inquiries@greenfeed.co.za

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Our product range


Our product range

In the past couple of years, GreenFeed® Growing Systems developed its product range of various sizes and functionality to include packaged MICRO, MANUAL, SEMI- and FULLY AUTOMATED growing units, to the following commercial sectors: 

  • Red meat and dairy industry (agricultural sector)
  • Zoo and petting zoo industry (entertainment sector)
  • Race horse fraternity (agricultural/entertainment sector)
  • Vegetable and tree seedling nursery/research stations (agricultural sector)
  • Edible sprouts (agricultural sector)

Barley/oats powder concentrate for human use (manufacturing sector)

Our product and pricing description

Please contact us for a full product and price list.

Our product warranty

GreenFeed® Growing Systems guarantees all its products. GreenFeed® Growing Systems undertakes to supply goods fully to specification and manufactured from prime-quality materials. GreenFeed® Growing Systems further undertakes to offer a professional service and to make every effort to ensure the purchaser’s complete satisfaction.

Design and drawings: All structures supplied by GreenFeed® Growing Systems will be designed by a qualified professional structural engineer and conform to SANS 10162-1:2005 design codes. The structures will be supplied with an engineer’s certificate and general arrangement drawings. If a site engineer is required, it will be for the account of the client.

Racking and shelving: Our shelving supplier has been assessed and found to satisfy the requirements of BS EN ISO 9001-2000 Quality Systems Listing Number 12890 in respect to the design and manufacture of steel racking.

Liability: Liability by GreenFeed® Growing Systems for latent defects to the fabricated structural steel is limited to two years from date of completion of fabrication. Liability for defects shall, in addition, be limited to GreenFeed® Growing Systems’s supplier’s warranty.Ons betalingsvoorwaardes

Our payment terms

On confirmation of any orders 80% of invoiced value
14 days from signature of contract or prior to dispatch, whichever occurs first 10% of invoiced value
On practical completion of structure 10% of invoiced value

Invoices are payable upon presentation. Invoices not paid within 10 working days of issue will, at GreenFeed® Growing Systems’ discretion, attract an interest charge at prime overdraft rate plus 2%, for the period they remain outstanding. Payments will be allocated first to interest, and then to the outstanding invoice balance. All materials remain in the property of GreenFeed® Growing Systems until paid for in full.

Our product financing and leasing options

We are now approved venders for further information on financing options please contact:

Mr. Gary Austin

Agric: Specialist and Supplier Head

Standard Bank Vehicle And Asset Finance Gauteng

+27 (0)83 569 1722 / +27 (0)11 6361901 / +27 (0)11 6368057

Conclusion

Although the initial outlay costs may be substantial, in the long run it is more than worthwhile, considering the cost of conventional fodder production.

This research will hopefully encourage many farmers to look at their own farming practices and help them to make the necessary changes to provide a sustainable, efficient method to increase their on-farm profit with very low continual running costs.

This aeroponic GreenFeed® Growing Systems has the potential to allow farmers to yield green feed that has the ability to provide huge ecological and economical advantages. This is due to the reduction in the amount of land required for maximum livestock production proving to be an asset for both regions where agriculture is difficult and densely populated areas that lack sufficient growing space. This use of less grazing space to feed stock could in turn provide more hectares for food crop production, thereby improving the economy of the land.

Such a system allows the farmer to have control over the feed production 365 days of the year – whether in rain, hail, shine or snow – thereby ensuring the turnover of quality and quantity livestock. The farmer will now be able to send stock to the markets at peak condition, selling when the prices are suitable instead of having to accept poor market