Nationwide livestock vaccination set to begin
By Antony Gitonga 25th Feb, 2021
It has emerged that the country had lost some of its international livestock markets due to rise in diseases like Rift Valley Fever and foot and mouth
Kalro develops maize varieties that can withstand pests
By Antony Gitonga 26th Jul, 2020
The good news for farmers is that this will be a thing of the past in the coming months once the new varieties hit the market.
Trouble brewing as locals invade Mumias Sugar land
By Brian Kisanji 07th May, 2021
After losing a case to win back 8,700 acres, some residents have now taken matters into their hands and are now farming land belonging to a miller.
Windfall as farmers get superior quality coffee
By Lydia Nyawira 06th May, 2021
According to experts and farmers, heavier rains last year led to higher production of premium grades that fetched better prices.
Crackdown starts against farmers flouting potato packaging rule
By Japheth Makau 05th May, 2021
Traders were required to adhere to the regulations on packaging from April 2 when the law was to take effect