Overberg Agri Bedrywe (PTY) Ltd

Overberg Agri is an established player in key agricultural regions of the Western, Eastern and Northern Cape as well as Limpopo and have a hundred year legacy. We provide an extensive range of specialist retail products. Our retail footprint spans over 19 retail outlets across the key agricultural regions in the Overberg, Swartland and Eastern Cape. Our core retail offering addresses the primary production input requirements of our vast client base; from animal feeds and animal health care products to fencing and live stock items.  Our retail division stocks a wide a variety of building materials, specialised irrigation equipment and outdoor lifestyle products and prides itself on its exceptional service delivery based on solid relationships with its clients and suppliers. Ongoing contact with clients in the field ensure that sales agents remain in touch with their needs, while the centralised purchasing division enables cutting edge solutions and a high-quality agricultural product offering at competitive prices.

Efficient water management has become an ever-growing concern in agriculture – with the drought facing the Western Cape being one of the most pertinent examples in this regard. Finding tools and methods to save water is critical to the future success of farming, not just in South Africa, but globally as well.At Overberg Agri, we offer professional irrigation designs and solutions that comply with all of the South African Irrigation Institute’s standards, as well as supplying superior quality irrigation requirements at competitive prices. Our irrigation designers utilise Wcadi design programs in conjunction with Model Maker for designs and detailed Installation drawings.

Our team are able to advise you on the best possible orchard and vineyard solutions to protect your crops and suit your pocket. We specialise in the planning and installation of agricultural structures – including professional shade netting and trellising solutions, treated poles, fencing wire and steel cables. We custom design our net structures based on your specific requirements – and consider specific wind speed and direction, hail or snow conditions, the layout of your orchard as well as the type of soil you use.

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