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Wide Range Of Products To Help Your Farm Maintain And Improve Animal Health

Yara Animal Nutrition's operations in South Africa include a raw material processing plant and sales office in Umbogintwini near Durban, as well as distribution depots across the country. Selling mineral feed supplements to feed producers and farmers across Southern Africa with sales in Australia, New-Zealand, Middle East and Argentina. Globally, Yara Animal Nutrition sells to over 70 countries and controls wholly-owned phosphate mining and production assets in Europe and the Americas.


Yara South Africa is ISO14001 and ISO9001 certified. We are also certified with Afri Compliance and are an Approved Veterinary Establishment for Exports.


As part of a leading international player in our industry with more than 7500 employees in 50 countries around the world, Yara Animal Nutrition South Africa recognizes and promotes high performance and high ethical standards among leaders and employees at all levels.


KK Animal Nutrition, South Africa's leading producer of quality inorganic feed phosphates, became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Yara International ASA in 2008, renaming to Yara Animal Nutrition.



Mineral deficiency and Phosphate shortages has a huge impact on production and health of animals in intensive and extensive livestock farming practices. Supplementation of Phosphate based mineral licks in general can improve overall production and fertility of your animals.


Your Feed Formulations

Our qualified and registered nutritionists provide Feed Formulations to help you get your animals the balance of nutrients they need.


Feed formulations are key to farmers who want to use their own farm produced products to mix licks or feeds.


Feed formulations are done by qualified and registered nutritionists that will ensure nutritionally balanced feeds. These feeds / licks will supply the animals with all the nutrients they need for optimal production, reproduction and fertility.


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Yara Animal Nutrition's operations in South Africa