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By Reuters 1 year ago
By Moses Nyamori 1 year ago
By David Mwaura 1 year ago
Red alert as blue-chip firms lose shine at NSE
State took the lazy option on schools crisis, now experts say
Why time is ripe for Kenya to cash in on new export options
Declaring 2020 a lost year was an error of judgement
Tanzanian Authorities have banned carrots from Kenya in a move that is likely to affect local farmers
Miraa farmers have threatened to boycott entertainment spots that outlaw the chewing of the stimulant in their premises.
Few MPs from the sugar belt signed a petition seeking to impeach the Treasury CS for allowing importation of sugar
Whenever you don’t mind about people walking into and out of your farm areas, they could carry diseases from one farm to another.
One of the cows emerged the best overall at a past Mombasa ASK Show, demonstrating that even with few cows you make it
What farmer was planting on quarter space is now neatly squeezed on a 16-metre bed which accommodates tomatoes, spinach lettuce, cabbage, broccoli.
It is 3pm and Joel Ngengi and his wife Mary Sopilal are busy preparing to milk their two dairy cows, in Mashuru, Kajiado County.
There are many breeds of rabbits reared for various reasons like the skin or pelt, urine, for research purposes or as a pet.
Trap crop: Smart bait for water melon flies
Tea Bonus payments to drop KTDA warns
State told to pay farmers Sh3.5 billion
New rules breathe life into public sugar firms
Farmers' pain as maize pay delays
New initiative to improve farming launched
Growing concern over fish from China
Cane farmers against closing of sugar miller
Focus on pest resistant crops
Thousands sent home as tea firm wades into Mau row
Probe criticises county for poor record-keeping
Kephis steps up fight against fake seeds
Sweet deal as farmers reap from macadamia
Farmers to meet leaders
Traders at iconic City Market embroiled in ‘beef’ over meat
Diseases that strike chicken in cold season
Managu: Harvesting, sorting and packaging
Sweet sukuma wiki that has no acid excite farmers
‘Plastic biogas digester fired up my homestead’
Eating greens could be costly due to climate change
Maasai women venture into yoghurt
Farmer turns to herbs to fight fall army worm
School cuts daily costs by 20pc through farming
Dairy farmers' long wait to process own milk
Giant US retailer accused of stealing technology
Wheat import order irks farmers
Poorly performing coffee societies in Meru to be closed
Kibarani saga: Fishermen demand action over destroyed fishing sites
New dawn for coffee farmers
Stiff miraa rules to govern the unregulated sector
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