Haloli Piggery is situated 75 km North-West of Tsumeb on route D3028 in the Oshikoto region of Namibia.
It is a Farrow to Finish unit with an average Sow herd of 530 and an average of 6 300 pigs on the farm. This farm was established in 2017 and is managed by Dean van Dyk.
Haloli piggery import all the raw materials from SA and Zambia and mix their own feed onsite. The feed is then fed in a meal form through augers and self feeders. The farm is 3200 ha of which the piggery is about 3ha the rest is a 500 ha game camp and 2700ha is used for cattle farming.
Between Mariental and Haloli, they produce 45-50% of the pork consumed in Namibia and the rest is imported mostly from South Africa and Europe.
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