GFADA

Grain Farmers Development Association

Here to assist new era farmers

The Grain Farmer Development Association (GFADA) is a non-profit company that is owned by the Maize Trust, Sorghum Trust, Oil and Protein Seeds Development Trust, and Winter Cereal Trust. The main objective of GFADA is to facilitate and oversee transformation functions on behalf of the member trusts in the grains and oilseeds industries in the Republic of South Africa, with specific focus on the establishment and development of “emerging grain farmers” of previously disadvantaged backgrounds by, inter alia:  

  • Transforming emerging grain farmers into becoming independent profitable commercial producers of grains, cereals and oil seeds;

  • Positively promote, contribute to and improve the productive utilization of arable agricultural land in the Republic for the production of grains, cereals and oilseeds;

  • Assist and support Emerging Farmers in the rehabilitation and preparation of farm land and soil for the purpose of the production of grains, cereals and oilseeds;

  • Facilitate the provision of infrastructure and logistical support to Emerging Farmers in the production of grains, cereals and oilseeds;

  • Provide, through the involvement of accredited and acceptable institutions, education to and know-how for Emerging Farmers in the production of grains, cereals and oilseeds; and

  • Managing a fund to receive donations and contributions to be devoted exclusively towards the objectives of the Association.  

 

 The Maize Trust


Maize Trust

 

Oil & Protein Seeds Development Trust 

 

Sorghum Trust

 
Sorghum Trust

 


Winter Cereal Trust
 

  


Useful links

www.namc.co.za