1. Inside boran cattle embryo deal

    South Africa imported its first Boran cattle embryos from Ol Pejeta Conservancy in 1994 and the animal's population has grown to at least 40,000.

    Boran bull
  2. Exporting livestock, a fraudsters’ playground

    Experience in the last few months has left no doubt that a large number of Kenyans believe fraud is business and derive livelihoods from it

  3. Tomato processor promises more earnings for farmers

    Governor Ann Waiguru says farmers in Kirinyaga will be the biggest beneficiaries of the agro-industrial city as it will have a tomato processor

    tomato seedling
  4. Vegetable growing helps battle effects of climate change

    Maendeleo group in Siaya County has embraced the technology of fuel efficient burners instead of the traditional jikos that use a lot of charcoal and firewood.

  5. Livestock diseases to look out for

    Our biggest hindrance to trade in livestock is foot and mouth disease.

    Rinderpest vaccination
  6. Young innovators feted at 2023 AYuTe Africa challenge

    The programme is sponsored by Heifer International in partnership with E4Impact Entrepreneurship Centre, Mastercard Community Pass, Astral Aerial and Advanta Seeds.

  7. Kisumu to host regenerative agriculture conference

    The event will bring together key stakeholders in regenerative agriculture including county governments, non-profits, donors and researchers.

     regenerative farmer
  8. Why African smallholder farmers reject AGRA’s Dar food forum

    More than 80 per cent of households in the Kenyan highlands were using hybrid seeds from formal sources by the late 2000s

    Small scale farming
  9. Yes, Kenya can be free of foot and mouth disease

    With goodwill, Kenya has all it takes to plan and achieve the same success as Botswana.

    A cow getting vaccinated.
  10. Millers to start producing blended flour in November

    Sorghum, cassava, millet and sweet potatoes with either maize or wheat.

    An employee arranges packets of maize flour at Chieni Supermarket