Dairy Farmers Face Growing Threat in Namibia
The nation's dairy industry is suffering as it can't keep up with its South African competitors who sell milk products at a cheap price.
Seid Yemer was heading to home from shola market with his sheep herds on Thursday night.
New Era, 26 July 2012
Milk producers are accusing the government of being indifferent to their plight, as the dairy industry struggles to survive in the face of stiff competition against cheap foreign… Read more »
Namibia Economist, 9 November 2012
Two international experts on rangeland management are set to visit Namibia later this month to present a training workshop in Windhoek on alternative methods for improving animal… Read more »
Namibia: Part-Time Farmer Wins Big
New Era, 17 September 2012
An Orusuuo farmer, at Epukiro, won a triple at the recent Okakarara Trade Fair when his Brahman bull, a cow and a calf won in three separate livestock categories. Read more »
New Era, 14 September 2012
Envisaged plans to establish a dairy cooperative in Kavango Region are well underway, following the recent visit by a team of Indian experts. Read more »
Namibia: Raw Milk Price Increase
New Era, 9 July 2012
Namibia Dairies last Thursday announced that it has entered into a mutual agreement with the Dairy Producers' Association (DPA) of Namibia on a raw milk price increase for the next… Read more »