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June 13, 2022 0 Comments

Children & Family Days’ Out Agriculture has a lot to offer. It is a way of life that, if unlearned, will remain alien and put the future of the next generation at risk. It is truly unfortunate when children claim that they do not know where their food comes from because the children are the […]

June 13, 2022 0 Comments

Farming Trainings When we started to farm, we realised there was a knowledge gap on best practices of goat farming among farmers in East Africa. A number of farmers did not know that goats can die of ticks, worms, vaccinatable diseases e.t.c We started sharing our farm stories on social media of our experiences as […]

April 9, 2020 0 Comments

Goats Our start was a sketchy one driven by passion. We started off with 30 indigenous goats in December 2015 because of limited funds. Our herd has grown to 100s in 7 years. It has been a journey full of challenges, hard work, persistence crowned by passion to farm and to impact on a wider […]

April 9, 2020 0 Comments

Sheep This is our new project that we rolled off in February 2022 with a few indigenous sheep sourced from the villages around us. We have been able to add dorper rams from South Africa and several dorper crosses from Kenya.        

April 9, 2020 0 Comments

Goat & Sheep Exports and Imports Every livestock farm has a desire to access the best gene stock for their farm. Good breeds are owned by commercial farms and ranchers. Access to good breeds is still a puzzle to many low-income farmers in East Africa who want to boost the productivity of their farms through […]

April 9, 2020 0 Comments

Bananas We have a 22-acre banana plantation of our indigenous types namely; kibuzi, musakala, and mbwazilume. Our focus is on these 3 types because of the sizeable bunches they give that make economic sense to the local and export market. The manure from the sheep and goats is used to feed the banana plantation whereas […]

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