Cyclist mints money from poultry farming
By John Shilitsa 25th Apr, 2020
Amurono rears chicken, which he crossbreeds locally to enhance production and plans to embark on hatching chicks for sale


How we beat the high cost of farming chicken
By John Shilitsa 18th Apr, 2020


My poultry is ready but who do I sell to?
By John Shilitsa 11th Apr, 2020
With hotels closed, Inzofu is now forced him to slaughter the chicken and store the meat in fridges, hoping normalcy returns soon.


How cancer fear pushed family into bee keeping
By John Shilitsa 11th Apr, 2020
Mwanzo wanted to protect his family from consuming sugar laced with mercury that had reportedly infiltrated the local market.


There is no such thing as short cuts in rearing birds
By John Shilitsa 04th Apr, 2020
Besides timely vaccination, she de-worms the birds as recommended and adheres to high standards of hygiene on the farm.


How I rear chicken, turkey in one space
By John Shilitsa 28th Mar, 2020
Though his farm is modest in size, he has ensured that all the birds have enough room to forage, rest and live without feeling cramped for space.


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