Nafosa was founded in 1940 and after these 76 years of activity it has become the largest European-owned forage company.
It has 5 production plants, 4 in Spain and 1 in Argentina, and manages some 40,000 hectares, with a growing potential of 400,000 tonnes, dehydrated in our various facilities.
The main products are Alfalfa, Straw, Fescue, Ryegrass, Alfamix, Cotton Seeds, Oat Hay, Dehydrated Corn Silage and others, as new lines and product presentations are constantly being created.
Nafosa works, cooperates and collaborates with livestock farms, feed factories, nutritionists and distributors and markets its products directly in more than 35 countries across the 5 continents.
With over 100 direct and 300 indirect co-workers, our team has the fullest knowledge of the sector, enabling it to innovate in seeking the best product and service and devote great attention to serving the customer, who is after all the main focus of our business.
MISSION, VISION AND VALUES
Manufacturing and supplying healthy, well-balanced products for animal nutrition, while also complying with food safety requirements and environmental sustainability.
Analysis of the environment and its needs
Proactivity and professionalism in every department of the company.
To be recognised for offering high-quality forage products, underpinned by comprehensive development of every link in the chain (farmers, service providers, employees and other partners), with respect for the environment, innovation and constant modernisation, and with a highly competitive financial structure.
The success of the project depends on the abilities, competencies and attitudes of all the professionals who make up Nafosa. That is why we support training and learning and make efforts to maintain an organisation that provides satisfactory solutions, ensuring and stimulating cooperation, information management and knowledge.
Involvement, actively and professionally engaging respectful, competent people who work responsibly, understanding and responding to customers’ requirements.
Maintaining a strong commitment to improving the environment, incorporating processes and crops that foster biodiversity and balance.