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New Style Of Milk Production Makes Dairy Farming More Profitable
A new government report, done by the Kenya Dairy Board, has offered hope in a sector that has been a constant pain for farmers due to lower prices of milk caused by a glut in the market during the rainy season which takes the most of part of the year. According to the report, revenues from milk has improved by 3 per cent over the past five years, a significant growth in an industry that has just know price declines and losses.
Young Man Cycles Across 25 Counties In Covid-19 Campaign
A 28-year-old man from Marsabit County is traversing 25 counties on a bicycle to create awareness on the deadly Coronavirus disease. Fredrick Ochieng, who is on the phase two of his anti-coronavirus campaign, hopes to cycle from Tana River to Turkana through 23 other counties.
Kenya First Country to Get ‘Safer Tourism Seal’
Is Kenya safe for tourists? Safer Travel Seal will be crucial in building confidence in Kenya as a destination.
Jamah Warsame Dumps Law to Milk Camels
Mr Warsame, 43, is the proprietor of White Gold Camel Milk Processors in Thingithu estate on the outskirts of Nanyuki town, Laikipia County.
Animal Feeds Manufacturer Invests Sh700m in New Factory
Cooper K-Brands Group Managing Director Mucai Kunyiha says the plant will be used to manufacture mineral salts and nutritional products for dairy cattle and poultry.
Horticultural Farmers to Get Pest Control Tips From Dutch Experts
Kenya is among the largest exporters of roses in the world accounting for 38% market share of the EU market which includes Netherlands, France, Germany, and Norway
87 Candidates Eyeing Controller of Budget Office
Public Service Commission chairman Stephen Kirogo gave the committee a timeline of seven days to do the shortlisting and interviewing exercise, saying that Kenyans were keen to have the best candidate
Govt Cracks Whip on Rogue Gold Mining Firms in Migori
Most of the firms operating in the region were also found to be seriously flouting the law on ‘change of user’ on land by turning land meant for agricultural activities into mining spots
Children Working as Scarecrows in Mwea Rice Fields
Child labour especially during planting season, where a child is able to take home up to Ksh500 in a day is affecting education standards.
Uganda Airlines Sets the Stage for a Price War With KQ
Uganda Airlines CEO Ephraim Bagenda noted that while the airline is entering into a crowded market, it has what it takes to find its space.