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How Ruto has silenced political rebels in his Rift Valley backyard
Some of Ruto's critics have either been silenced with government appointments or disappeared into political oblivion after losing in the last General Election.
By 2 months ago
How Ruto has silenced political rebels in his Rift Valley backyard
Chelugui tells farmers to tap into European market deal
Chelugui said the Treasury has released Sh1.5 billion to support the modernization of New Kenya Corporative Creameries (NKCC) to boost value addition and expand the market.
By 5 months ago
Chelugui tells farmers to tap into European market deal
One dead following clashes in Uasin Gishu
Conflicting reports indicate that trouble started when a group of people encroached on a farm and started harvesting sugarcane.
By 5 months ago
One dead following clashes in Uasin Gishu
Maize farmers ask for better prices and more subsidies to make a profit
Despite the good producer prices, farmers in the North Rift feel returns from the agricultural sub-sector are not commensurate to their toil and year-long wait from their sole means of income.
By 5 months ago
Maize farmers ask for better prices and more subsidies to make a profit
Agency, firm ink deal for honey exports to the US
Kerio pure natural honey has made new inroads into the American market, enhancing earnings for beekeepers in semi-arid Northern Kenya counties.
By 5 months ago
Agency, firm ink deal for honey exports to the US
Farmers fault state plans to privatize KCC, Kenya Seed Company
Farmers in North Rift have protested plans by the government to privatize state corporations including New Kenya Cooperative Creameries (KCC) and Kenya Seed Company (KSC).
By 6 months ago
Farmers fault state plans to privatize KCC, Kenya Seed Company
NCPB to buy maize at Sh4,000 per 90 kg bag
NCPB will receive supplies that meet the conditions for required quality parameters and only from farmers registered with the Ministry of Agriculture across the country.
By 7 months ago
NCPB to buy maize at Sh4,000 per 90 kg bag
Push to waive taxes on tea processing kits
The newly formed West of Rift Smallholder Tea Growers Association now wants the government to waive taxes on equipment used in processing the produce.
By 7 months ago
Push to waive taxes on tea processing kits
KTDA factories unite in bid to lift earnings for farmers
KTDA directors from smallholder tea factories in the West Rift have forged a caucus seeking to address unique challenges leading to low tea earnings in the region.
By 7 months ago
KTDA factories unite in bid to lift earnings for farmers
Premium
How Ruto has silenced political rebels in his Rift Valley backyard
Some of Ruto's critics have either been silenced with government appointments or disappeared into political oblivion after losing in the last General Election.
By 2 months ago
How Ruto has silenced political rebels in his Rift Valley backyard
Chelugui tells farmers to tap into European market deal
Chelugui said the Treasury has released Sh1.5 billion to support the modernization of New Kenya Corporative Creameries (NKCC) to boost value addition and expand the market.
By 5 months ago
Chelugui tells farmers to tap into European market deal
One dead following clashes in Uasin Gishu
Conflicting reports indicate that trouble started when a group of people encroached on a farm and started harvesting sugarcane.
By 5 months ago
One dead following clashes in Uasin Gishu
Maize farmers ask for better prices and more subsidies to make a profit
Despite the good producer prices, farmers in the North Rift feel returns from the agricultural sub-sector are not commensurate to their toil and year-long wait from their sole means of income.
By 5 months ago
Maize farmers ask for better prices and more subsidies to make a profit
Agency, firm ink deal for honey exports to the US
Kerio pure natural honey has made new inroads into the American market, enhancing earnings for beekeepers in semi-arid Northern Kenya counties.
By 5 months ago
Agency, firm ink deal for honey exports to the US
Farmers fault state plans to privatize KCC, Kenya Seed Company
Farmers in North Rift have protested plans by the government to privatize state corporations including New Kenya Cooperative Creameries (KCC) and Kenya Seed Company (KSC).
By 6 months ago
Farmers fault state plans to privatize KCC, Kenya Seed Company
NCPB to buy maize at Sh4,000 per 90 kg bag
NCPB will receive supplies that meet the conditions for required quality parameters and only from farmers registered with the Ministry of Agriculture across the country.
By 7 months ago
NCPB to buy maize at Sh4,000 per 90 kg bag
Push to waive taxes on tea processing kits
The newly formed West of Rift Smallholder Tea Growers Association now wants the government to waive taxes on equipment used in processing the produce.
By 7 months ago
Push to waive taxes on tea processing kits
KTDA factories unite in bid to lift earnings for farmers
KTDA directors from smallholder tea factories in the West Rift have forged a caucus seeking to address unique challenges leading to low tea earnings in the region.
By 7 months ago
KTDA factories unite in bid to lift earnings for farmers
Premium
How Ruto has silenced political rebels in his Rift Valley backyard
Some of Ruto's critics have either been silenced with government appointments or disappeared into political oblivion after losing in the last General Election.
By 2 months ago
How Ruto has silenced political rebels in his Rift Valley backyard
Chelugui tells farmers to tap into European market deal
Chelugui said the Treasury has released Sh1.5 billion to support the modernization of New Kenya Corporative Creameries (NKCC) to boost value addition and expand the market.
By 5 months ago
Chelugui tells farmers to tap into European market deal
One dead following clashes in Uasin Gishu
Conflicting reports indicate that trouble started when a group of people encroached on a farm and started harvesting sugarcane.
By 5 months ago
One dead following clashes in Uasin Gishu
Maize farmers ask for better prices and more subsidies to make a profit
Despite the good producer prices, farmers in the North Rift feel returns from the agricultural sub-sector are not commensurate to their toil and year-long wait from their sole means of income.
By 5 months ago
Maize farmers ask for better prices and more subsidies to make a profit
Agency, firm ink deal for honey exports to the US
Kerio pure natural honey has made new inroads into the American market, enhancing earnings for beekeepers in semi-arid Northern Kenya counties.
By 5 months ago
Agency, firm ink deal for honey exports to the US
Farmers fault state plans to privatize KCC, Kenya Seed Company
Farmers in North Rift have protested plans by the government to privatize state corporations including New Kenya Cooperative Creameries (KCC) and Kenya Seed Company (KSC).
By 6 months ago
Farmers fault state plans to privatize KCC, Kenya Seed Company
NCPB to buy maize at Sh4,000 per 90 kg bag
NCPB will receive supplies that meet the conditions for required quality parameters and only from farmers registered with the Ministry of Agriculture across the country.
By 7 months ago
NCPB to buy maize at Sh4,000 per 90 kg bag
Push to waive taxes on tea processing kits
The newly formed West of Rift Smallholder Tea Growers Association now wants the government to waive taxes on equipment used in processing the produce.
By 7 months ago
Push to waive taxes on tea processing kits
KTDA factories unite in bid to lift earnings for farmers
KTDA directors from smallholder tea factories in the West Rift have forged a caucus seeking to address unique challenges leading to low tea earnings in the region.
By 7 months ago
KTDA factories unite in bid to lift earnings for farmers
Maize farmers ask for better prices and more subsidies to make a profit
Despite the good producer prices, farmers in the North Rift feel returns from the agricultural sub-sector are not commensurate to their toil and year-long wait from their sole means of income.
By Titus Too 5 months ago
Maize farmers ask for better prices and more subsidies to make a profit
Agency, firm ink deal for honey exports to the US
Kerio pure natural honey has made new inroads into the American market, enhancing earnings for beekeepers in semi-arid Northern Kenya counties.
By Titus Too 5 months ago
Agency, firm ink deal for honey exports to the US
One dead following clashes in Uasin Gishu
Conflicting reports indicate that trouble started when a group of people encroached on a farm and started harvesting sugarcane.
By Titus Too 5 months ago
One dead following clashes in Uasin Gishu
Farmers fault state plans to privatize KCC, Kenya Seed Company
Farmers in North Rift have protested plans by the government to privatize state corporations including New Kenya Cooperative Creameries (KCC) and Kenya Seed Company (KSC).
By Titus Too 6 months ago
Farmers fault state plans to privatize KCC, Kenya Seed Company
NCPB to buy maize at Sh4,000 per 90 kg bag
NCPB will receive supplies that meet the conditions for required quality parameters and only from farmers registered with the Ministry of Agriculture across the country.
By Titus Too 7 months ago
NCPB to buy maize at Sh4,000 per 90 kg bag
Push to waive taxes on tea processing kits
The newly formed West of Rift Smallholder Tea Growers Association now wants the government to waive taxes on equipment used in processing the produce.
By Titus Too 7 months ago
Push to waive taxes on tea processing kits
KTDA factories unite in bid to lift earnings for farmers
KTDA directors from smallholder tea factories in the West Rift have forged a caucus seeking to address unique challenges leading to low tea earnings in the region.
By Titus Too 7 months ago
KTDA factories unite in bid to lift earnings for farmers
NCPB urges people to utilise its services to curb post-harvest losses
President William Ruto, however, said there would be no El Nino after the alert was reviewed.
By Titus Too 7 months ago
NCPB urges people to utilise its services to curb post-harvest losses
Maize farmers reject Sh4,000 per bag, want State to buy at Sh5,500
The government plans to spend Sh4b to purchase a million bags even as farmers in North Rift claim the price being offered is too low compared to the cost of production.
By Titus Too 7 months ago
Maize farmers reject Sh4,000 per bag, want State to buy at Sh5,500
Coffee farmers in Rift cry out after millers' licences revoked
Isaac Letting from Lessos in Nandi said private millers had encouraged them to increase production and their economic wellbeing.
By Titus Too 7 months ago
Coffee farmers in Rift cry out after millers' licences revoked
Tree lover targets schools in initiative
Her programme, the Laura Sang initiative, started in 2016, has so far seen over 50,000 seedlings planted across several institutions and individual farms in the North Rift.
By Titus Too 8 months ago
Tree lover targets schools in initiative
Maize prices drop as farmers kept waiting
Despite repeated promise by the State to announce producer prices, farmers' patience is running out, with traders flocking the region offering throwaway prices at the farm gate.
By Titus Too 8 months ago
Maize prices drop as farmers kept waiting
John Kiplagat Koech: Man who gifted space explorers walking stick has one big regret
Koech gifted Neil Armstrong a walking stick and a Somali sword for safely landing on the moon on July 24, 1969. Bilieves he would have gone far in life had he not dropped out of school.
By Titus Too 8 months ago
John Kiplagat Koech: Man who gifted space explorers walking stick has one big regret
Muslims call for peace as they mark Idd-al-Adha
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