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The Next Frontier 21st Sept. 2015: Keeping camels for milk

21, Sep 2015

The cow has remained the most important farm animal in Kenya. But in Arid and semi-arid areas camels are the more favoured animals to keep for their hardiness. This has slowly curved out a new enterprise for camel farmers who are racing to cash in on the demand for camel milk across the country. On this week’s Next Frontier, Phillip Keitany travels to Laikipia County where keeping camels for milk is big business