SA Grain

SA Graan/Grain

SA Grain

Other advertising opportunities*

  • Annual Grain Guide
  • Supplements: Winter Grains (March), NAMPO Harvest Day (April), NAMPO Cape (August) and Summer grains (November).
  • Belly bands
  • Loose inserts
  • Grain SA Facebook: (


*Contact Ruth at 083 583 5243 or for rates and more info.

Specialist publication and official mouthpiece of Grain SA

Grain SA provides commodity strategic support and services to South African grain producers. Grain SA hosts the annual NAMPO Harvest Day in May in Bothaville as well as NAMPO Cape in Bredasdorp in September.

Reader profile:​

The dynamic character of this agricultural magazine speaks to a wide audience in the grain and oilseed industry which includes: producers, Grain SA members, decision makers and policy makers in the sector, advertisers, grain and oilseed consumers, research institutes, tertiary institutions and agriculturalists.

Reader profile: Afrikaans and English speaking commercial producers (LSM 8 tot 10). Mostly post-graduate qualification.




18 000





Direct and thus guaranteed.
  • Free state: 97%
  • North West: 53%
  • Mpumalanga: 16.97%
  • Western and Southern Cape: 85%
  • Gauteng: 8.16%
  • Northern Cape: 6.14%
  • KwaZulu-Natal: 44%
  • Eastern Cape: 17%
  • Limpopo: 71%


1. Hard copy
2. Flipbook format on SA Grain website and Grain SA website


Afrikaans and English

Editorial Pillars:​

  • Grain SA news
  • Features
  • Features for each month (See Rate Card for features)
  • On farm level
  • Relevant topics

Impact of magazine:

The executive management (farmers) and key staff of Grain SA participate actively in the editorial meeting of the magazine, which contributes to the impact the publication makes in the industry.

SA Grain is a cost effective national advertising medium with efficient mail distribution that is highly acceptable and credible to farmers. Our regular advertisers prefer SA Grain because of the positive association with Grain SA as an industry organization, but also because the magazine really makes an impact.


In 2019 delegates at the annual Grain SA congress indicated that social media and agricultural magazines are their two most preferred platforms for agricultural news, technical information and relevant articles about grain production.