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Feedmaster to supply specific subsidised feed to retailers until June

Feedmaster to supply specific subsidised feed to retailers until June

Feedmaster has committed N$125,000 to the Namibia Agricultural Union’s, Dare to Care Disaster Fund in support of relief efforts to the severe drought impacting Namibia.

“Our Namibian family of customers and associates are experiencing devastating impact from the drought,” said Jaco Labuschagne, GM of Feedmaster Namibia.

“We are on the ground to help our farmers and agricultural stakeholders in Namibia, and we will continue in the months ahead. To help those in need, Feedmaster will furthermore also supply subsidised animal feed, for specific products as agreed upon by the Dare to Care committee, for the period 8 April to 30 June to all participating animal feed retailers. Producers were informed countrywide which specific animal feed products qualify,” he added.

Feedmaster has a long history of providing aid in times of drought. Helping farmers prepare and recover by donating feed, offering free technical advice, driving initiatives to increase profitability and sustainability and being involved in organised agricultural activities in Namibia.

Feedmaster provides farmers with a variety of products for cattle, sheep, goats, horses, poultry and even pet foods. Products are available countrywide making Feedmaster a truly proud Namibian enterprise.

Caption: From left to right: Roelie Venter (NAU), Jaco Labuschagne (Feedmaster) and Dr. Ndahafa Nghifindaka (NECFU)


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