Tea farmers feel the pinch as tea prices drop
By Edward Kosut 07th Sep, 2020
According to the local farmers, they are forced to sell their produce to the local factories at the low prices to avert losses.
Foot and mouth disease spreads
By Edward Kosut 21st Sep, 2019
A quarantine has been imposed in counties under the North Rift Economic Bloc (Noreb) as more cases of foot and mouth disease are reported.
Managing chicken daily water intake
By Dr Watson Messo 24th Jan, 2022
Inferior, substandard, or improvised (basins and trays) will always result in variable performance and ultimately large financial loss.
Save our farms: Rice farmers pay the high cost of climate change
By Harold Otieno Odhiambo 24th Jan, 2022
In West Kano, farmers are yet to recover after large swathes of rice fields were washed away by water from the swelling lake Victoria.
Tired of a mannerless dog? It can be trained into amazing pal
By Dr. Paul R. N. Kangethe 21st Jan, 2022
You want to raise him to have the right behaviour in front of other people and dogs. You don’t want him to throw tantrums for no apparent reason.
New plan to ensure potato farmers eat slice of KFC cash
By Jennifer Anyango 21st Jan, 2022
According to Munya, the Ministry of Agriculture has agreed to work together with KFC and have identified the people they want to work with.