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Thursday, January 24, 2019
Rabbit farming is one of the most promising business ventures in the country but many are too afraid to test the waters By Alex Muriithi It is neither taught in school nor is it one of those careers that parents encourage...

The Other Garden Of Eden

By Sharon Githambo It is widely acknowledged that agriculture is the backbone of Kenya’s economy.  90% of our food comes from the soil. Unlike in the past, people have been able to embrace farming; both in the rural and urban...

Birds In the Estate

Focused farmer makes a fortune from rearing and selling  chicken By Sharon Githambo Poultry farming in Kenya is playing an important role in the growth of our economy.  It has gone a long way in meeting the ever growing demand for...
Do what is required of you at the right time because the results will reflect somewhere else. What you give your  animals in terms of quality and quantity is what you get- Gospel according to Dave Kimani By Catherine Kuria There...
The first consignment of imported hybrid coconut seeds docked at the port of Mombasa from India recently. This initiative has been funded by the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) through the Micro Enterprises Support Programme Trust (MESPT); a leading...
Let’s break the traditional mask on honey and reveal its economic value beyond sweetness By Caroline Mwendwa Many people know honey as a medicinal substance, and think of it traditionally. But just how much worth is it as a commercial product?...