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What to look out for to avoid getting conned

1. As the saying goes, when the deal is too good, think twice. Con men will swindle you by taking advantage of your trust....

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Online network links women agribusiness entrepreneurs to opportunities

More than 400 women signed up on Africa’s first online platform for female agripreneurs, which was launched in Nairobi last week. This was during AWAN-Africa’s...

Kenya signs agricultural working group pact with the Netherlands

Kenya and the Netherlands yesterday signed the terms of reference for their bilateral cooperation in agriculture. The Cabinet Secretary for...

Kiambu farmers urged to resume coffee production

Farmers in Kiambu County were encouraged to resume coffee production even as the availability market and pricing are being addressed.

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Efforts to revive ‘Black Gold’ renewed

For many years, coffee farming was a profitable business. Many remem­ber with nostalgia the good old days when talk of coffee farmers being paid...

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Pig disease ravaging Chinese herds

African Swine Fever (ASF), the deadly disease that has been ravaging China’s pork industry, has spread right across the entire Asian country.

Raising healthy chicken free of antibiotics and pathogenic bacteria

The population in East Africa like any other developing country is rapidly growing and is characterized by rural-urban migration. With more...

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Africa’s first Agri-tech innovation Incubator good news for smallholders

The World Bank, Kenya’s Ministry of Agriculture and other partners have announced plans to launch Africa’s first Agri-tech innovation incubator in the next three...

Research reveals that Farmers engaging in alternative money making activities are putting food security in the East African countries at risk

The increased number of farmers opting to supplement their incomes by engaging in alternative money venturing activities is putting food security in the East African countries at risk.

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Pig disease ravaging Chinese herds

African Swine Fever (ASF), the deadly disease that has been ravaging China’s pork industry, has spread right across the entire Asian country.

Kenya signs agricultural working group pact with the Netherlands

Kenya and the Netherlands yesterday signed the terms of reference for their bilateral cooperation in agriculture. The Cabinet Secretary for...