CURRENT MAGAZINE Get your FREE copy now! Click button below

Featured in the magazine

TOP NEWS: click to see more

overhead photos of drone sprayin a farm on left a tracor

The power of unified digital agricultural services

Digital agricultural services can be valuable in multiple ways to the cultivating smallholders and a range of other stakeholders in the agriculture sector. However these services are largely offered independently and somewhat in silos. Most service providers have a “walled-garden” approach and do not provide complementing services from other synergistic platforms. Unification of individual digital agricultural services offers a significantly more powerful proposition for smallholders and other actors in agricultural ecosystems. A broad range...

LATEST STORIES

EVENTS & READERS FORUM

Subtitle

COVID UPDATES

VIEWS AND OPINIONS

events

Do you have any question on Agribusiness?

CROP FARMING

avocado farming

Coffee Farming

HORTICULTURE AND FLORICULTURE

VEGETABLE FARMING

RICE Farming

ADVERTISE HERE

Advertise Here

DAIRY AND LIVESTOCK

DAIRY

DESIGNER CATTLE THAT ARE PERFECT ‘MODELS’

European producers are now increasingly using genomics to grow superior and highly efficient cattle herds, and get premium prices for both milk...

Improved practices boost milk production in Nakuru County

Dairy farmers in Nakuru County have recorded increased milk production and sales in the past two years, due to the adoption of...

Cow comfort equals more milk: what to do

Cow comfort is the cornerstone to a longer and productive lifespan of the animal. A healthy cow will produce more milk and live...

Do you know why your cow may not be calving?

Reproductive failure or infertility in dairy cattle is a common problem that many farmers have to deal with. Some have quit the...

Poultry

Fishery

GOAT KEEPING

PIG FARMING

PEST & DISEASES

PEST & DISEASES

ASK ABOUT ANY PEST OR DISEASE

WHAT EXPERTS SAY

Advertise here

AGRIBUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY

AGRI-TECHNOLOGY & MECHANISATION

DESIGNER CATTLE THAT ARE PERFECT ‘MODELS’

European producers are now increasingly using genomics to grow superior and highly efficient cattle herds, and get premium prices for both milk...

The power of unified digital agricultural services

Digital agricultural services can be valuable in multiple ways to the cultivating smallholders and a range of other stakeholders in the agriculture...

How to spray and get the most from your crops

Most farmers have already completed planting and are now preparing for the next major task – crop protection through responsible spraying with...

ADC – one stop for quality semen, animal feeds, seeds, and seedlings

poor quality semen, uncertified seed, low-rate seedlings, adulterated or cheap quality livestock feed, and high cost of inputs are challenges that Kenyan...

Agribusiness & financing

7 expert tips on financing your agribusiness

Lack of finance has commonly been cited as one of the key barriers to agriculture for the youth of Kenya. However, stakeholders...

Food firm helping farmers sell produce amid Covid-19 crisis

Vegetable and fruit farmers can now access markets for their produce following a request by Twiga Foods Ltd for supplies of fresh...

App makes recipes out of wild food plants

With the enhancement of technology and modernisation of agriculture, a new tool to help farmers identify, harvest and prepare wild foods from...

Advertise here

AFRICA & REST OF THE WORLD

Africa

NGO lauds court for halting maize imports

Greenpeace Africa has praised the High Court’s decision to halt maize imports into Kenya. This, the organisation says, gives the government a chance “to reconsider its decision and make the right choices by prioritising...

COVID-19 response must target African agriculture and the rural poor

Africa has so far escaped the worst health consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the continent looks like it could be the worst hit from the economic fallout of the crisis: 80 million Africans could be pushed...

Rest of the world

Good news for flower and horticulture sectors

There is a glimmer of hope for both the flower and horticultural sectors, as demand in the international markets begins to bounce...

Kenya sends ‘scents of hope’ in 300 bouquets of flowers to the UK

Kenya has sent a special consignment of 300 bouquets of flowers to the United Kingdom, as a sign of solidarity and compassion...