CS Matiang'i warns former tea factory directors who refuse to leave office
By Paul Kangethe 17th May, 2021
Former tea factory directors have been cautioned against wrangles ailing smallholder factories and KTDA


Dairy cattle breeds reared in Kenya
By Paul Kangethe 19th May, 2020
Dairy farming has gained currency in Kenya thanks to increase in population and demand for quality milk.


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When nasal discharge is a sign of disease
By Dr Othieno Joseph 15th Jun, 2021
Lungworms can cause excessive nasal discharge. Signs in infected animals show shallow breathing


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By Dr Watson Messo 15th Jun, 2021
The birds which are laying must be sexually mature and have attained the correct body weight and size for egg production


Secrets for bumper tomato harvest
By George Mbakaya 15th Jun, 2021
Tomato plants produce suckers, extra branches that grow out between the main stem and tomato branches


Mechanisation helps farmers reduce losses
By Mactilda Mbenywe 15th Jun, 2021
The machine has been developed over time with technicians taking three months to make it suitable for the terrain in the region.


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


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