Our main hustles collapsed, but we bounced back through agribusiness
By Agnes Aineah 08th Jun, 2020
Agripreneurs demonstrate that it takes grit, hard work and perseverance to bounce back after major economic blow


What it takes to run a thriving chicken farm from scratch
By Agnes Aineah 30th May, 2020
Our resident vet responds to some of the most asked questions by poultry farmers.


Starting your home vegetable garden
By Agnes Aineah 16th May, 2020
With the social distancing directive issued by the government and the need to avoid crowded market places, this is a timely intervention.


Organic dairy farming: Is it profitable or too risky deal?
By Agnes Aineah 25th Jan, 2020
As the war against misuse of antibiotics intensifies, researchers say livestock account for the highest amount of abuse.


Survival tips for farmers as milk prices go down
By Agnes Aineah 21st Dec, 2019
According to JKUAT researchers, imports and processors are not the causes of farmers’ woes as milk imports account for only 2 percent of milk in Kenya


Rural farmers to enjoy fruits of hi-tech digital solutions
By Agnes Aineah 14th Dec, 2019
In three years, 14 innovators will train and register farmers on various digital platforms to improve productivity and market linkages.


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How to tap into lucrative avocado business
By Jennifer Anyango and Kelvin Nyakundi 14th Jan, 2022
You must get everything right from strict global standards, to quality, hygiene and traceability issues.


Make money from every avocado part
By Jennifer Anyango 14th Jan, 2022
The avocado which has been re-branded as the green gold due to its high demand can be value added into many products.


App allows firm to get quality chili for export
By Lisper Nyakio 14th Jan, 2022
Through a neat traceability system, Malindi firm exports tonnes of African eye bird chilies.


Once forgotten sweet potato is now hot cake
By Jennifer Anyango 14th Jan, 2022
Sweet potato varieties vary depending on their flesh colour, maturity time and recommended growing areas.


Black quarter: Killer disease confuses many
By Dr Joseph Othieno 14th Jan, 2022
Black Quarter is a highly fatal and acute bacterial disease that has a liking for the healthiest cows in a herd.


The A-Z of growing rich pomegranates
By Georgy Mbakaya 14th Jan, 2022
Plants propagated from seeds take longer to start flowering and fruit formation.


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