Lessons on modern pig rearing from demo plot
By Fred Kibor 13th Jul, 2020
Eldoret Technical Training Institute is demonstrating to locals importance of diversification and opportunities in pig farming

FAO warns of famine as more locusts invade
By Fred Kibor 09th Jun, 2020
Millions of hoppers have devastated 462,000 hectares already in Turkana, four months after they were first sighted

Bishop Yego: My farm now keeps me busy
By Fred Kibor 11th Apr, 2020
The retired presiding AIC bishop, who served on the pulpit for 45 years, now manages his model dairy farm on the outskirts of Kitale town.

Tips from Dr Kiptoo's modern dairy project
By Fred Kibor 20th Feb, 2021
Dr Chris Kiptoo the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Environment is on a mission to teach village folk modern farming practices.

County revives irrigation schemes at Sh7.9m
By Fred Kibor 25th Nov, 2020
WFP's food systems engineer Stephen Maingi said yesterday the project had started and will be completed within the stipulated timeline.

The scare of sleeping on trees to save harvest
By Fred Kibor 12th Nov, 2020
KWS fencing off game reserve to cut down on rising human-wildlife conflict cases.


2021/22 Budget: Sh60 billion boost for food security, nutrition
By Jael Mboga 10th Jun, 2021
In the past two decades, Kenya’s position as a regional hub in global trade has led to diversification

State and NGO to exploit fishing at Lake Turkana
By Antony Gitonga 10th Jun, 2021
Lake Turkana has a potential of 35,000 metric tonnes but only five metric tonnes are achieved every year

Kenya should ensure well-structured vaccination programmes for donkeys
By Dr Ronald Sang 09th Jun, 2021
in Kenya vaccination of donkeys is very minimal and in most cases done privately by the owners.

Western leaders urge Uhuru, Raila to help revive sugarcane sector
By Gathenya Njaramba 09th Jun, 2021
business magnate and Devki Group founder Narendra Raval withdrew his bid to lease Mumias Sugar

Fruit trees for arid and semi-arid areas
By George Mbakaya 08th Jun, 2021
Pomegranate is a shrub that grows to a height of 15 feet which is mainly propagated through cuttings

FAO launches vets' training in Kenya
By Dr Paul Kang’ethe 07th Jun, 2021
The ISAVET programme provides structured on-the-job training to develop animal health capacity