Animal ambulance: Innovative approach to animal healthcare
By Dr Paul Kang’ethe 10th Oct, 2021
The ambulance is one of two ambulances in the country, which are owned by the hospital.


No vet around? You can get one at click of a button
By Dr Paul Kang’ethe 14th Sep, 2021
The start-up, AniVet Hub, which was launched earlier this year by the father-son duo provides on-demand video consultations


No vet around? You can get one at click of a button
By Dr Paul Kang’ethe 14th Sep, 2021
The start-up, AniVet Hub, which was launched earlier this year by the father-son duo provides on-demand video consultations


Painful reality wheat farmers are facing
By Dr Paul Kang’ethe 11th Jul, 2021
A million birds consume 10 tonnes of wheat or approximately 100 bags of wheat on a daily basis which translates to a loss of Sh350,000 daily.


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


Nine key guides to running a successful dairy enterprise
By Dr Paul Kang’ethe 30th Jan, 2021
Cows require plenty of space for their comfort and subsequent production.


LATEST NEWS

Agriculture CS given a week to formulate plan to reduce cost of animal feed
By Jael Mboga 21st Oct, 2021
Uhuru directed Treasury to allocate Sh1 billion to the Agriculture ministry for the completion of the ongoing targeted interventions.


Farmer ditches tea for avocados
By Nathan Ochunge 19th Oct, 2021
Prices offered by tea companies were demeaning and you had to wait for a long time before getting paid.


Ideal fertiliser for fruits, vegetables
By George Mbakahya 19th Oct, 2021
Sandy soils require more frequent applications and lower amounts of nitrogen and other nutrients than do clay-type soils.


Six tips for limiting antibiotics in birds
By Dr Watson Messo 19th Oct, 2021
Immunization cannot be a substitute for poor biosecurity and sanitation.


Anaplasmosis: disease that destroys red blood cells
By Dr Othieno Joseph 18th Oct, 2021
Anaplasmosis has characteristic postmortem lesions because the disease causes the destruction of red blood cells


Lack of seeds curtail uptake of Bt cotton
By Jennifer Anyango 18th Oct, 2021
In Busia, farmers decried the delay in the supply of the Bt cotton seeds.


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