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  1. Yes, you can inbreed pigs, but don’t do it

    Inbreeding is one of the practices of livestock production that is double-edged. It has certain benefits but most of its outcomes are negative.

    Pig Pen
  2. Why you should always plant certified seeds

    Seed recycling should be discouraged because of decline in superiority of the product over time.

    Lilian Ng’endo
  3. Diseases that affect moved cattle

    Some farmers inject their animals unnecessarily with antibiotics to prevent presumed negative effects of the movement like heat stress and shipping fever

  4. Citrus farmers count losses as Covid infections decline

    Prices of oranges, pixies and tangerines have dropped to a new low for the first time in two years as demand falls due to low Covid cases.

  5. Karanja: How I grow right avocados for export market

    Grace Ngungi-Karanja shares the lessons she has learnt on growing the fruits for the European Union market.

    Karakuta Fresh Farm CEO Grace Ngungi
  6. Agony of farmers missing subsidised fertiliser

    Low stocks, excessive redtape and unscrupulous traders who have hijacked the initiative haunt the government project started to cushion farmers from high prices.

    Maize farm
  7. Here is evidence azolla is as good as any protein source

    Research has proved that azolla is the most promising aquatic plant for livestock feed due to its ease of cultivation, productivity and nutritional value.

    Victor Mwamuye
  8. How goat project for disabled won economist African Food Fellowship

    Suleiman Kweyu runs Agro-Kenya, an organisation that works with 56 disabled farmers who he has trained and offered dairy goats for sustenance.

    Ebubele village, Mumias
  9. Former truck driver savours juicy custard apple returns

    While Fredrick Kinyanjui grows a variety of fruits, custard apples are his favourite thanks to their higher prices in the market.

    Fredrick Kinyanjui,
  10. Meet the onion girl

    Margaret Njenga shares the secret to harvesting 15 tonnes of onions from an acre.

    Margaret Njenga


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