Farmer's fortunes changed by growing cassava
By Japheth Makau 13th Aug, 2022
The government through Roots and Tuber Strategic Plan has put in place a framework to stimulate and promote root crops such as cassava.

Kirinyaga farmers take up organic farming
By Jane Mugambi 13th Aug, 2022
Organic produce markets have been established at Kutus and Kagio and the ministry is planning to open others in the county.

Women hit more by climate risk than men
By The Conversation 12th Aug, 2022
Cultural norms and gendered discrimination in entrepreneurship influence the sectors and businesses women tend to work.

Your cows and chicks are freezing keep them warm
By Rosa Agutu 10th Aug, 2022
Farm Kenya resident veterinarian Dr Paul Kang’ethe says the cold weather is a huge challenge to animals especially the young ones.

Farmers' lobby proposes measures to fix animal feed crisis
By Peter Theuri 09th Aug, 2022
A tough stance by the government on importation of non-genetically modified maize worsened the feed problem in the past few months.

Why your dog is barking and how to stop it
By Dr Paul Kang’ethe 09th Aug, 2022
Dogs communicate through barking, howling, whining and more. However, excessive barking is considered a behaviour problem.