NAPI Farm

Learn more about Navajo Agricultural Products Industry

Growing quality products is the job of NAPI, come see what it takes...

Product Price Listing

NAPI offers Navajo Pride forage, livestock feed, and food

Come see our retail prices for our two locations: NAPI Region II Scales and 371 Farm Scales

Owned and Operated by the Navajo People

72,000 Acres of Irrigated Farmland with a goal to complete 110,630 Acres

Our Mission

“Proactively develop and manage a sustainable, culturally and environmentally responsive agricultural enterprise for the benefit of the Navajo Nation and Global economies.”

Our Vision

“NAPI uses its natural resources, skilled workforce and infrastructure to produce superior quality “Navajo Pride” products to make Navajo Pride a quality brand that is globally recognized and champions excellent relationships through customer service and the Navajo People, as well as the adoption and use of enhanced technology; to preserve nature through environmentally friendly practices and to provide economically for future generations.”

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The On-Site Sale in Ganado, AZ this Saturday, 2/13/16 will be at Ralph Johnson Rodeo Grounds. If the location is too muddy - we will use the Apache County Parking Lot.
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⭐️GANADO, AZ: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2016⭐️
We will see you at 8am until sell out! The On-Site Sale is first come, first served and open to the general public. 3-twine rained-on bales will start at $8!!
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A HUUGE THANK YOU TO THE STEAMBOAT COMMUNITY! We appreciate your business! 😄👌🏽 ... See MoreSee Less

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3-TWINE RAINED-ON PREMIUM HAY === $8 PER BALE in Steamboat, AZ!! Must sell now! We are located at the Steamboat Store. No limit to your purchase! ☺️

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Change of Schedule for NAPI’s On-Site Sales

Posted February 10, 2016 – On January 13, 2016, NAPI announced the 2016 Alfalfa On-Site Sale with (14) locations across the Navajo Nation. The dates were scheduled for every Saturday starting from January 23, 2016 – April 23, 2016. Effective immediately, NAPI has altered the schedule. The revised NAPI On-Site Sale Schedule: February 13, 2016: Ganado, […]

NM farmers donate 2.3 million pounds of fresh food to Roadrunner Food Bank

New Mexico Secretary of Agriculture stands next to a tote of locally grown potatoes donated to Roadrunner Food Bank by Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI) in Farmington. Information from www.nmda.nmsu.edu (ALBUQUERQUE) – New Mexico’s largest food bank is reflecting on a record-setting year, thanks to the amount of fresh, local food donated by farmers in […]

2016 NAPI Alfalfa On-Site Sale

More Info Alexendra Carlisle Alfalfa Crop Manager 505-566-2600, ext. 1407 acarlisle@navajopride.com Cherie Bitsuie Alfalfa Crop Foreman 505-566-2600, ext. 1400 cbitsuie@navajopride.com Heavy Rains Cause NAPI to Reduce Alfalfa Prices! High moisture levels during the 2015 season caused NAPI’s alfalfa to be rained-on. The rained-on hay inventory has been tested by NAPI’s Agricultural Testing and Research Laboratory (ATRL). The […]

Holiday Schedule

REVISED Hours of Operation We will be closed on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2015, Christmas Day, December 25, 2015 and New Year’s Day, January 1, 2016. We will return to normal business hours on Saturday, December 26, 2015 and January 2, 2016. We wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!