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Graduate perfects delicate art of growing hydroponic fodder in Nairobi

SMART HARVEST

He settled on pigs because of their fast rate of growth and maturity, the furrows give birth to many piglets and have a ready market.

Graduate perfects delicate art of growing hydroponic fodder in Nairobi

By Nanjinia Wamuswa | 4 years ago

Why cows should not be fed on immature or overgrown grass

Why cows should not be fed on immature or overgrown grass

The rainy season is here in most parts of the country, hence grass and fodder are growing at a fast pace. However, there are some two problems associated with this scenario unless a farmer has taken strategic planning in managing the feeding of this fast growing grass/fodder.

Dr Lucy Muthui | 5 years ago

Farmer turns deadly Striga to fodder, yields more milk

Food Security: The push and pull technology has enabled farmers to return to maize planting, upping produce

Mangoa Mosota | 7 years ago

Dairy farmers urged to grow fodder crops

Farmers in Nyamira County have been asked to grow fodder crops to reduce costs incurred in acquiring manufactured dairy feeds.

- | 8 years ago

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