End of year Kenyan Farm Tour and Trainning ( Pig and Dairy Farming ) – Kefa Gardens

Mkulima

Village Elder
#1
End of Year Agricultural Farm Tour to Kefa Gardens Farm in Muranga County.

The farm that started as a result of post election violence in 2008 with one cow, by the year 2009 the farm had two dairy cows. Today Kefa Gardens is One of the most technologicaly advanced dairy and pig farm in Kenya with 200 dairy cows and 125pigs. Average milk production per day stands at 1400litres of milk.

Expect to learn secrets behind successful dairy farming, management, making dairy feeds, using technology, staff management, housing, spacing, planning, deworming, feeding, weighing, handling of cows and grouping (lactating, dry cows, calves and heifers)

This also applies to pig farming within the same 1.5 acres of land.

Read here about Kefa Gardens


















 

m245

Village Elder
#3
i came to realize there are alot of scams when it comes to agri biz case in point a company called rabbit republic they used to sell their rabbits at 6k each minimum you could buy was 5 pieces, they would then build their sheds at a cost of 30k as per their "standards" then you breed the rabbits yourself, feed them as per their "guidelines" at the end of the six months they will buy them at a cost of 400 per kg that means for you to recoup your initial capital on each rabbit, one has to be 15kgs to get the 6000 on each ata mbuzi haifiki hizo kilo, they claim they can grow to 5-6 kgs by 6 months but i highly doubt
 

Mkulima

Village Elder
#4
Same applies to pig farming, thats why its always good to consult experienced farmers on the same fields to learn 123... This companies can really exploit your sweat

It also applies to some vegetable contract farmers


i came to realize there are alot of scams when it comes to agri biz case in point a company called rabbit republic they used to sell their rabbits at 6k each minimum you could buy was 5 pieces, they would then build their sheds at a cost of 30k as per their "standards" then you breed the rabbits yourself, feed them as per their "guidelines" at the end of the six months they will buy them at a cost of 400 per kg that means for you to recoup your initial capital on each rabbit, one has to be 15kgs to get the 6000 on each ata mbuzi haifiki hizo kilo, they claim they can grow to 5-6 kgs by 6 months but i highly doubt
 

m245

Village Elder
#8
Same applies to pig farming, thats why its always good to consult experienced farmers on the same fields to learn 123... This companies can really exploit your sweat

It also applies to some vegetable contract farmers
you know with rabbits it was a new scheme so hakuna watu wengi you can refer to
Hiyo rabbit republic ni wezi.wameenjoy watu wengi Sana... Niliponea chupu chupu
niliskiza hekaya zao nikaona ni bangi wanapimana, walifanya niende hadi show back in 2013-14 nikaona hai add up nikawachorea
 

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