Kenya Farms

  • Pig farming in Kenya for 2016
    11:46 AM

    Pig farming in Kenya has become a very lucrative agribusiness with Farmers Choice, Kenya’s biggest pork processor willing to help farmers in the rearing of pigs and all the necessary steps needed to bring a hog to market. My uncle is a commercial pig farmer in Kenya and I had an opportunity to observe some

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  • Initial Training Of Kiambu Farmers Kicks Off.
    2:56 PM

    Initial training of Kiambu farmers has kicked off after completion of urban learning centres that were built by Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) in partnership with Kiambu Institute of Science and Technology KIST.

    The completion was delightfully announced by Kiambu county woman representative Annah Nyokabi Gatheca who has …read more

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  • Muguka Farmers Demanding 1 Billion From Uhuru.
    4:22 PM

    Muguka farmers in Mbeere, Embu County are now demanding their share of the Sh1 Billion allocated to the sector by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

    The farmers have asked that they be given 40 per cent (Sh400 Million) of the amount that was given to Meru County for revival of the miraa (khat) …read more

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  • Government records 0.3 Economic Growth.
    1:10 PM

    The government has announced country’s economic growth from 5.3 percent in 2014 to 5.6 percent in 2015. This was according to the government attributed to agricultural, construction and real estate expansion.

    The manufacturing sector, driven by lower energy prices, rose 3.5 per cent, raising its share of GDP to 10.3 per …read more

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  • Best Agribusiness in Kenya for 2016
    4:20 PM

    Top Agribusiness ideas in Kenya range from commercial farming of livestock to vegetable produce into revenues. This kind of venture relies on farming or agricultural-based activities. In Kenya most agribusiness ventures are done on a large-scale, though small-scale agribusiness activities also thrive well. In Kenya, unemployment is one of the thorns hurting the economy. The irony is

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