Ambition: How farmer built dairy empire in dry Makueni
By Philip Muasya 16th Dec, 2021
The empire has earned him a fortune while providing the much-needed feeds to local dairy farmers and even those from outside the county.


Secrets from dairy stars of dry Makueni
By Philip Muasya 07th Nov, 2021
On average, the three cows produce between 40 and 50 litres per day


Secrets from dairy stars of dry Makueni
By Philip Muasya 07th Nov, 2021
On average, the three cows produce between 40 and 50 litres per day


Ndengu farmers see hope in getting cash crop status
By Philip Muasya 21st Jun, 2021
The Bill, which was recently passed by the Senate and forwarded to the National Assembly seeks to mainstream ndengu


Farmer dreams big with dryland rice production
By Philip Muasya 19th Sep, 2020
Lush vegetative cover in designated plots has defied the semi-arid climate of the area where such venture would initially be dismissed as a joke.


How teacher built mega pixie farm
By Philip Muasya 05th Sep, 2020
After leaving his teaching job, farmer went on to establish 30-acre Joyland Farms at Muthyoi village that supplies pixies to a range of markets


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