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  1. When honey becomes poisonous

    Unintended honey poisoning is caused by presence of some rhododendron tree shrubs or formation of Hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) chemicals during processing, among others.

  2. Why there is a notable increase in fish diseases

    Dr Christopher Aura is the director in-charge of fresh water systems research at the Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute.

    Dr Christopher Aura
  3. Yes, a ban on mitumba is good for livestock keepers

    However, the main caution in banning second-hand clothes is that the transformation must be phased to correspond to the time required to educate both the traders and consumers on the benefits of...

    Reddamac Leather Centre
  4. Mwangi: How I made my 100-cow farm profitable

    In about a decade, Francis Mwangi has built a dairy enterprise that anyone can envy.

    Francis Mwangi
  5. Modernise your agribusiness with one of these technologies

    We bring you five technologies that can turn around your agribusiness.

    Ms Shalom Mbugua, Synnefa Business Development Lead displaying a farm shield
  6. Why the future of agriculture is digital

    We have no choice but to digitise. The traditional ways of accessing financing have not worked well for farmers.

    Mr. Thomas T. Essel, AFRACA Secretary General.
  7. Farm tourism brings in the cash for me

    Seth Muriithi’s 14-acre farm, which is located on the slopes of Mt Kenya, gives unforgettable experiences to holiday makers who flock there.

    Visitors at Kwa Gakii agro-tourism Farm in Meru County.
  8. Lobby pushes for continent-wide food policy

    A meeting of an AFSA citizen working group was held in Uganda to chart how to advance agro-ecological enterprise in Africa.

  9. How to produce safe chicken meat, eggs

    Farmers need to apply good agricultural practices that include deployment of bio-security measures and use of recommended vaccines. We share how to do it.

    A veterinary officer vaccinates a chicken
  10. Yes, you can walk into NYS farms, learn new practices

    Matilda Sakwa, the CEO of National Youth Service (NYS), shares on how farmers can benefit from the institution.

    Matilda Sakwa


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