Kenya Seed Company is a firm run by the government of Kenya whose main role is to produce, test and certify various crop seeds and livestock breeds. It also provides advices to farmers on the best and safe methods of farming. His company is located about 7 kilometers west of Kitale town along Kitale –Endebess road. The company is mandated to produce certified seeds which are then made accessible to farmers all over Kenya.
The main products of this company include; cereals such as maize, wheat, rice, sorghum and millet; vegetables such as cabbage Continue reading ...
Kenya Cereals and Produce Board (KCPB) is a government body in Kenya whose main function is buying and storage of cereals from farmers. The board has its branches in many towns such as Webuye, Kisumu, Nakuru, and Moisbridge.
At Moisbridge, Kenya Cereals and Produce Board is located within the Township along Moisbridge-Cherangani road. This is one of the largest branches in Kenya consisting of eight large silos with a capacity of approximately 5 million bags of cereals. This board is easily accessible through tarmac roads that feed it. The Main cereals Continue reading ...
Bee farming is the keeping of bees for productive purposes. It is one of the cheapest types of farming that a person can engage in especially here in Kenya. Since Kenya is a country that is approximately 80 percent arid and semi-arid, it is a favorable place for bee farming because bee farming is a type of enterprise that does not require fertile land.
The arid and semi-arid areas in Kenya such as Baringo and Kitui County have proved to be the best counties in bee production because most of the honey that is being sold in Kenyan market is coming from those two counties.
Kenya Agricultural Research Institute is a center for research on various agricultural fields in kenya including crops, livestock and forestry and the effects of the climate change on crops, and livestock as well as the environment. This research center is located in the outskirts of Kakamega town opposite Golf club play ground. It is the largest agricultural research institute that serves western region of Kenya.
The main mission of this research center is to carry out research on the various crops and livestock species. It employs technology in its Continue reading ...
Fish farming is a form of aquaculture in kenya; it is one of the most rewarding farming projects in Kenya. Fish is a very marketable white meat not only in the African Market but also overseas. Fish is known to be a very nice meat to expectant mothers for they help in brain formation of the unborn baby. Anyone can grow fish as long as they have passion of growing it.
Fish farming and harvesting has initially been known to be practiced in Coastal and around Lake Victoria i kenya. The Government, with the aid of ministry of fisheries gives a special assistant to anyone willing to do f Continue reading ...
African Agricultural Technology Foundation Offices are located in ILRI Campus on Old Naivasha Road in Nairobi.
The postal address of African Agricultural Technology Foundation Offices in Nairobi is P.O. Box 30709- 00100 Nairobi.
The email address of African Agricultural Technology Foundation Offices is email@example.com.
The telephone contacts of African Agricultural Technology Foundation Offices are 254-20 422 3700. The Fax is 254-20 422 3701.
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National Irrigation Board in Kenya has offices in Unyunyizi House on Lenana Road in Nairobi.
The postal address of National Irrigation Board offices in Kenya is P.O Box 30372-00100, Nairobi.
The telephone contacts of National Irrigation Board in Nairobi are +254 722321653, +254 0202711380 and 2711468. The Fax details are +254 020 2722821 and 2711347.
The email address of National Irrigation Board office in Nairobi is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Quail rearing in Kenya is on everyone’s mouth in Kenya after some Kenya TV stations highlighted the growing quail craze in Kenya. Late last year, most people in Kenya had come to learn of the possibility of rearing the quail bird in Kenya, and of the fast high returns of quail keepers in Kenya. Farmers in Kenya abandoned their earlier ventures to rear quails birds in Kenya. Some even left their well paying jobs in Kenya to engage in the quail million shilling venture. The quail rearing business in Kenya did provide good returns wi Continue reading ...
Quail farming in Kenya has been the recent most profitable investment by Kenyans. Quail farming has been started recently in East Africa and hence most farmers in Kenya are starting to learn the market of quail meat and quail eggs in Kenya and beyond Kenya. Exporting quail eggs from Kenya is more profitable than selling within Kenya, though there are added expenses. The demand for quail products in Kenya and in East Africa is high and hence people are looking for the quail suppliers in Kenya.
There are many quail farmers in Kenya who engaged in the quail farming business in Kenya re Continue reading ...
Almost everyone in Kenya has heard about the new craze farming that is quail rearing in Kenya. Some have even abandoned white collar jobs in Kenya to enter into the said million shillings business of quail farming in Kenya. So what exactly is Quail farming in Kenya all about?
Quails in Kenya are small birds that weigh 200g at most when mature. Quails in Kenya are kept for their meat as well as eggs products. Quails have long been a delicacy in Asia and the developed world, with some scientists advocating for their declaration as super foods because of the numerous Quail health benef Continue reading ...
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