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Winter is in the air and baby, it’s cold outside. I just love this time of year when you see landscapes of beautiful, bare trees, smell the crisp, “wintery” air and feel chilly outside but the heat is on when you step inside. It’s such a cosy time of year, especially when you have a cup of hot chocolate and the newest, May/June 2017 edition of the AGRIFOODSA Magazine to curl up with.
Bracing the cold, we’re bringing you the very best products and service providers in Southern Africa to fulfil all needs which may arise in the challenging, yet rewarding agricultural and food related professions. With more than (insert number here) advertisers in this publication, we’re confident that you’ll find what you’re looking for.
If you don’t, our magazine is just the tip of the iceberg. Head on over to the AFSA Website to quickly and easily search through thousands of listings ranging from crop protection to solar electricity, calf rearing to silo’s and so much more. Don’t get left out in the cold. Visit AGRIFOODSA.INFO … just a click away!
If you prefer the sunshine and are looking for something to chase the winter blues away, head over to our Competitions page on the AFSA Website to win amazing prizes bi-monthly. Details appear on pages (insert page numbers here). Whilst you’re navigating the icy internet highways, venture over to our AFSA Facebook page for more competitions, funnies, Advertiser Showcases, toasty recipes and Boererate, as well as helpful and informative articles uploaded on a daily basis to beat Jack Frost nipping at your nose. Avoid being left out in the cold and remember to check in on Saturday mornings at 08:00 for the themed photo competitions where a Takealot.com voucher is up for grabs every single week. The only way you’ll have a snowball’s chance in hell is if you don’t enter!
Regrettably, this month we bid farewell to both Cheryldene Claassen and Sharné Rautenbach. It was so much fun working with you and I wish you mounds of success in your future endeavours.
This winter, may you cozy up to the persons you care for most, achieve great success in the dead of winter and find yourself on the road to somewhere joyful, even if it is just to Spring. And to our fellow South Africans in Knysna and surrounds, our thoughts are with you.
With cold toes but a warm heart,
EDITOR IN CHIEF