Navajo Pride Potato Sale Ends April 6
WHO LOVES NíMASII (Potatoes)?! We are EXCITED to ANNOUNCE our NAVAJO PRIDE POTATO SALE!!! Starting on SATURDAY, MARCH 30 thru APRIL 6. PERFECT for those FAMILY GATHERINGS! Stop by our Region 2 Scales – 6 miles south of Farmington on HWY 371, go west on Navajo Route 3003 for 6 miles. An interactive […]Continue reading
NAPI Reaching Out to Communities Impacted by Winter Weather Conditions
FARMINGTON, NM – Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI) is assisting various Navajo Nation communities impacted by the winter weather conditions. NAPI will conduct ‘Satellite Sales’ by transporting semi-loads of Alfalfa Feeder Hay in 3-Twine Bales and Navajo Pride Products to isolated locations across the Navajo Nation starting on Jan. 26. NAPI is also providing reduced […]Continue reading
Navajo Pride Sale Extended!!
11/7/16 - To show our appreciation for purchasing our Navajo Pride products, we have extended our sale! Navajo Pride food products are reduced until November 8, 2016, 5 pm. Most of the Navajo Pride Forage products are reduced until November 8, 2016. Navajo Pride Alfalfa Big Bales (Out-of-Field Only) are reduced until November 11, 2016. […]Continue reading
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 […]Continue reading