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

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.”

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Early Closure – December 17, 2015

NAPI Region II Scales and 371 Farm Scales will close early on Thursday, December 17, 2015 to attend an employee event. Both location hours will be: 8:00 am to 1:00 pm Last scale-in at 12:30 pm We will re-open the following day, Friday, December 18, 2015 at 8:00 am. If you have any questions regarding our […]

Holiday Hours of Operation

In an effort to allow NAPI Employees to celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday with their family and friends, the following hours have been set for the following locations: NAPI Main Office Wednesday, November 25, 2015 – Open 8am-1pm Thursday-Friday, November 26-27, 2015 – Closed Monday, November 30, 2015 – Open 8am Region II Scales and 371 Farm Scales […]

On-Site Sales Updated!

Coming To You! NAPI will travel the Navajo Nation to sell 3-Twine Rained-On Alfalfa for $7-$12 per bale*. Due to heavy rains this past summer, NAPI has a large amount of hay that was rained on. The hay has been tested and have a Relative Feed Value (RFV) level of Premium, Good, Fair, and Cowhay. […]

Prices Reduced!!

Nicole Keeswood Miss Northern Navajo Teen Thank you to everyone who attended our Customer Appreciation Day this past Saturday, November 7, 2015! The event was such a success that we have decided to extend the sale! The sale will continue at NAPI Region II Scales and 371 Farm Scales, November 9-14, 8am-5pm. Alfalfa purchases ends at […]

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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TSAILE, AZ - BALES MUST GO TONIGHT, DEC. 1, 2015!!!! We have extended the sale and marked prices down to $5 PER BALE for 3-twine Rained-on Alfalfa Grass and Rained-On Good! Only up until 9pm!!!

We are located at the Junction!

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Good morning! A quick heads up: we will close early on Thursday, December 17, 2015. NAPI employees will attend a company event - we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Hours for 12/17/15 for NAPI Region II, 371 Farm Scales, and Feed Yard are 8am-1pm, last scale-in at 12:30pm. All locations will re-open on Friday, 12/18/15 at 8am. If you have any questions, contact 505-566-2641.
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This week we will head to Tsaile, Steamboat, and Thoreau!!! Come by and see us!

Tomorrow, 3-twine Rained-On hay starts at $7/bale in Tsaile, AZ!!
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We hope everyone had a great meal today! We are thankful to all our loyal customers and NAPI personnel. We wish you all a happy and safe Thanksgiving!

This Saturday, November 28th - Region II Scales will re-open at 8am - 5pm; 371 Farm Scales at 8am-12pm.
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NAPI Region II and 371 Farm Scales will observe Thanksgiving and close on Thursday and Friday, November 26-27. Both locations will re-open on Saturday, November 28 at 8 am.

For your convenience, both locations will be open on Wednesday, November 25th, 8am - 5pm. If you have questions, contact 505-566-2641. 👌😊🍗🌽🍞
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