The Wildeklawer Agent day, a highlight for market agents, took place this week.
This event is an annual occasion where agents from across the country come together to reflect on the previous season, plan for the upcoming season and glimpse into the future.
The agent day holds a significant place in the Wildeklawer agricultural calendar, serving as a platform for everyone to share knowledge and successes.
Awards are granted based on Wildeklawer product price and sales quantities, adding an extra layer of competition and recognition to the event.
Here are the category winners:
- Wikus Germishuizen, from RSA Johannesburg: beet;
- Mark Davidson, Cape Town’s Boland Market: carrots;
- Anton Meyer and Driaan Barnard, RSA Nelspruit: potatoes and onions.
The Wildeklawer Agent day is a crucial opportunity for agents to come together, exchange ideas and encourage one another.
It’s a day where the successes of the past season are celebrated by Wildeklawer and plans for the future are forged. The agents have shown that they know how to deliver the best Wildeklawer products to their clients and are ready to tackle another successful season.
The future of the Wildeklawer agricultural industry in South Africa is bright and with the help of agents, we will continue to deliver the best products.
Wikus Germishuizen, from RSA Johannesburg: beet, with Louis de Kock, owner of Wildeklawer.
Mark Davidson, Cape Town’s Boland Market: carrots, with Louis de Kock, owner of Wildeklawer.
Louis de Kock, owner of Wildeklawer, with Anton Meyer and Driaan Barnard, RSA Nelspruit: potatoes and onions.