Livestock For Sale in Namibia

Livestock For Sale in Namibia

What is Livestock?

Livestock are the domesticated animals raised in an agricultural setting in order to provide labour and produce diversified products for consumption such as meat, eggs, milk, fur, leather, and wool. 

Livestock For Sale in Namibia

Find or list the cattle, stud or commercial that you want buy or sell from your farm. iBid Agri Namibia connecting farmers in the country!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price of livestock in Namibia?

Namibia Live Cattle 2023 Retail Prices

The retail price range in Rand for live cattle is between NAD 19.43 and NAD 19.43 per kilogram or between NAD 8.81 and NAD 8.81 per live weight pound(lb) in Windhoek and Walvis Bay.

How much is a goat in Namibia?

The retail price range in Rand for live goats is between NAD 213.72 and NAD 699.44 per kilogram or between NAD 96.92 and NAD 317.2 per live weight pound(lb) in Windhoek and Walvis Bay.

How much is a sheep in Namibia?

Namibia Live Sheep 2023 Retail Prices

The retail price range in Rand for live sheep is between NAD 19.43 and NAD 58.29 per kilogram or between NAD 8.81 and NAD 26.43 per live weight pound(lb) in Windhoek and Walvis Bay.

What kind of goats are in Namibia?

Of approximately 2.5 million goats in Namibia (Figure 24), about 40% are Boer goats and 60% belong to indigenous breeds. In addition, there are a handful of Angora and Dairy goats in Namibia.

What is the highest paying livestock?

Beef cattle are considered the most profitable livestock and easiest to raise for profit, but homesteaders with small acreage won’t be able to raise cattle. Cattle, whether you want beef or dairy cattle, require plenty of good-quality pasture, supplemental hay, fresh water, room to roam, and veterinarian care.

Is goat farming profitable in Namibia?

A small scale goat farmer in Namibia can make more than N$ 25 000 per month from selling their goats. This depends on how valuable the goats are. Goat farmers create a lot of employment for the locals and this is due to goats being of high value and being very profitable bringing in huge profits and income.

What is the most common breed of goat found in Namibia?

The Dorper is the most numerous of the small stock breeds, followed by the Damara, the Boer goat and the different ecotypes of indigenous goats. Commercial livestock farming can be classified as Medium-input Production Systems.

How much money can be made of sheep?

It shows annual costs and returns based on farm prices for slaughter lambs varying from $63 to $75 per hundredweight (cwt). At $75 per cwt, and assuming wool brings $10.10 per ewe, gross annual income per ewe can average $106.98-if 129 lambs can be marketed from 100 ewes.

How do I start a goat farm in Namibia?

5 Easy Steps For Starting A Goat Farm In Namibia
Step 1: Acquire Land.
Step 2: Stock the Feeds and Water.
Step 3: Stock the Animals.
Step 4: Set Up Vaccination Schedules and Routines.
Step 5: Maintenance and Running the Farm.

What can I farm to make money?

Mushrooms, microgreens, and garlic are some of the high-value crops you can grow on your small farm for a profit. If you’re looking for ideas to make a great income from a small farm, you’ll likely want to start by selecting the best crop or other produce to grow on your 5 acres of land.