Athletics star Leah Malot makes a run at coffee farming
By Stephen Rutto 30th Aug, 2021
To sharpen her skills in coffee production, she benefitted from training by the Uasin Gishu extension officers.


Athletics star Leah Malot makes a run at coffee farming
By Stephen Rutto 30th Aug, 2021
To sharpen her skills in coffee production, she benefitted from training by the Uasin Gishu extension officers.


How brokers have potato farmers on the knife edge
By Stephen Rutto 08th Aug, 2021
Potato prices fell sharply from Sh2,000 per bag in June to Sh500 from July to date.


Lessons from dairy empire in business for 50 years
By Stephen Rutto 08th Jul, 2021
So important is the embryo transfer project that the Government allocated the Bull Centre Sh200 million in the 2021/22 budget.


Hope for farmers as Sh60m mango factory begins work
By Stephen Rutto 26th Jan, 2021
It attracts 200 lorries that transport fruits to markets in Nairobi, Kisumu and Kakamega as well as Tanzania.


From skiing in Norway to dairy keeping in Kesses
By Stephen Rutto 09th Jan, 2021
Boit is in a race to redefine dairy farming on the plains of Uasin Gishu, where most farmers prefer maize and wheat farming.


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