Pastoralists organise Camel Caravan for conservation of River
By Dr. Paul R. N. Kangethe 04th Jul, 2022
The river which is a lifeline for over four million people and seven million animals in the nine counties, now on the verge of drying up.


What do you do when your animal dies mysteriously
By Dr. Paul R. N. Kangethe 20th Jun, 2022
Post-mortem for different animals is almost the same save for a few differences.


Responsible dog management: When man's best friend turns aggressive
By Dr. Paul R. N. Kangethe 16th May, 2022
Feed the dogs good quality food in right quantities. Never let your dogs starve. Dogs are carnivores and hunger can lead them to cannibalism and the owner is not out of the equation.


Bees: how to start an apiary?
By Dr. Paul R. N. Kangethe 01st Apr, 2022
Hives and methods of bee keeping have improved greatly in modern times which allow harvesting of honey while preserving the bee colonies.


Using Spaying to control pet population
By Dr. Paul R. N. Kangethe 18th Mar, 2022
As a pet owner, it is prudent to be conscious of the number of animals under your care.


If you get it right pig breeding, you will reap fat profits
By Dr. Paul R. N. Kangethe 18th Feb, 2022
You want to raise gilts that will give birth to as many piglets as possible that are fast growing as well as quality boars that are physically and sex


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