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Agri Supply Africa Export Services Pty Ltd new owners and manufacturers since 1st May 2023 &

Livestock Equipment Manufacturing and Design. Online Shop. Agricultural Export Company.

Export Company SARS Customs Code:21761588 SADC, EU/TDCA, and SACU/EFTA traders agreements

We serve South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Angola, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Zambia, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, and Uganda.



Our Sprayrace was developed 20 years ago in the Southern province of Zambia. It is truly made for Africa and the tough conditions our cattle farmers withstand in rural communities fighting mainly tickborne diseases.

The biggest challenge is the longevity of the products and therefore we manufacture our Sprayrace only in Stainless steel ensuring the investment the farmer or communities make will last a long time.

The second challenge in Sprayraces is that are large and uncomfortable equipment to transport when sold. We have designed the Sprayrace to pack in preassembled modular units that can be transported in pickup and trailers and even in the loading bays of Luxury buses that cover most routes in Africa. Our Sprayraces reaches eastern Africa via Airfreight links due to the Airfreight-friendly package. This saves more cost for users. all items can be airfreight except the towable Mobile Sprayrace.

All Sprayraces require cement works but we supply simple photos in order for users to do it themselves. We have a road-legal mobile Sprayrace that can be towed by any road-legal vehicle as well as agricultural vehicles with onboard reservoirs.

We would gladly be willing to supply and quote on our Sprayraces. We also do Stainless steel cattle neck clamps and full body neck clamps as well as cattle scales.

We also source and export other agricultural and commercial machinery and commodities from South Africa. Inquiries


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Disease control starts at the owner of livestock, and must be controlled from that level outwards up to national level. Tropical conditions and high rainfall favors strong populations of various ticks and mites in central Africa. Livestock areas are commonly shared or border on wildlife habitation, which increases the impact of various diseases and parasites through direct or indirect contact.

Owners of livestock are not always directly involved with the daily grazing and treating of livestock, as livestock are often entrusted to be gathered with other livestock in a specific area to be grazed together with a common herdsman. This indirect control is the greatest contributor to spreading of diseases when the herdsman is not properly skilled.

Livestock losses must be weighed against the cost of national outbreaks of various diseases like East coast fever which could destroy the financial stability of the area and nation.

The owner of livestock can influence the whole area around him by negligent practises. Older plunge dips were the best method for years but tighter economic conditions have made owners of livestock rethink. The uncertainty of the concentration of active chemicals in the plungedip, due to losses through theft or accidental dilution through rains could lead to unexpected losses in the herd. Refilling of plunge dips is very expensive exercise if the sollution in the plunge dip is found to be contaminated or over diluted. Plunge dips also contribute yearly to mortalities and serious injuries to livestock worldwide. Pour-on dips have always been the backup plan and are perfect for short term but very expensive in the long run.

The modern farmer requires an effective chemical spray applicator which can:

• Be moved when required from one area to another

• Create a calmer and safer handling of livestock

• Ensure the owner that the correct concentration is applied to the livestock as prescribed by the chemical manufacturer

• Create a safer dipping method that can dip livestock from day one inclusive of sick and heavily pregnant animals

• Have the ability to create financial income indirectly through reduction of livestock losses through tickborne diseases and directly through delivering this necessary service to fellow livestock owners at a fixed cost per head of livestock

• Give the livestock owner the luxury to change the type of chemical due to various reasons such as availibility of specific brand or necessary change due to chemical resistance build up in parasites

• Deliver a faster and effective application, saving the livestock owner time and money everytime he dips his animals.