addressDelmas, Gauteng , 2210

Rossgro Animal Feeds



For the past 10 years Rossgro Feeds has been the first choice Layer ,Brolier and Pig feed producer in Gauteng, Mpumahlang, Limpopo and KZN provinces.

Rossgro Feeds has established itself on the foundation of quality and service is the cornerstone to our business. At Rossgro we pride ourselves on walking hand in hand with all farmers and distributors no matter their size or knowledge levels.

Rossgro Feeds dynamic management team has more than 200 years of experience between them in the poultry industry, with this experience we have been able to produce some of the best feeds on the current market where profitability and affordability take centre stage in our feed company.

Rossgros feed mill in situated in Delmas , MP where we have a production capacity of 10000 tons per month.

This production is divided between Rossgros own feed requirements and that of external sales.

These sales are made up by Bulk feed as well as bagged 50kg feed. Our bagged products are manufacture in Eloff where we currently produce 3000 tons of bagged products/ month. Rossgro sells directly to the public in Eloff and White River.

Rossgro Feeds depends heavily on our relationship that we have with our distributors, these agents are based around the country and ensure that our brand is distributed timeously to our valuable clients.

For more info on our products contact an agent in your nearest area

Bronkhorstspruit 079 924 027

Delmas 013 665 1999

Hazyview 083 326 8951

Mokopane 071 442 0429

Marble Hall 071 4429

Polokwane 072 527 9275

Vryheid 082 899 4314

White River 087 808 405

Or any other info please contact Rossgro Feeds sales manager

Daniel Fickling 0834158968

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