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Schoeman celebrated its centenary in 2019. The family business evolved over the past 100 years to become the operation it is today.
Schoeman farms 1 500ha citrus on the farm Moosrivier in the Groblersdal/Marble Hall area.
Zoetwater in the Northern Cape is also home to pecan nuts.
The Schoeman Boerdery produces yellow and white maize, soya beans and small white beans on 9 400ha in the Delmas region.
The latest addition to the Schoeman Boerdery is the 1 700ha Zoetwater farm under irrigation on the Orange River. The farm was acquired in January 2019.
The Schoeman grain handling facilities were born out of necessity to handle our own grain. It made financial sense to control the surplus and grading of our own harvests.
Social Responsibility is more than a public relations exercise at Schoeman. The business has a long history of involvement with social development in the community and this philosophy is entrenched in the DNA of Schoeman, so much so that the vision statement reads; “Throughout the generations, we have been and will remain a blessing to our people, community and country.”
The demand for dry white beans has seen tremendous growth, with South Africans consuming 32,000