Namib Mills Ltd, was established in 1982, is the largest grain processing company in Namibia. It produces flour, pasta, animal feeds and other products from raw materials including maize, much of which is imported, and local varieties of pearl millet (mahangu). Other represented subsidiary companies are Namibia Poultry Industry and Feedmaster.
The Agronomic Industry Act, Act 20 of 1992, makes provision for the establishment of the Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB), with certain powers and obligations as stipulated in the Act.
The Hartlief factory’s legacy started in 1946 with a small family butchery in the heart of Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia. The business has since flourished and expanded into a state-of-the art processed meat manufacturer.
Namibia Farmers Union (NAU)
The Namibia Agricultural Union spearheads organized agriculture in Namibia. In its 62 years of existence this national organization has established itself well as the mouthpiece and mediator of the commercial farmer.