Why I prefer doing business/deals with women

girlciki93

Village Elder
#1
Women are very much detail oriented and in Kenya where both parties of a transaction look to cut corners I'm always confident a woman won't rip me off. It's their nature, infact people think they are slowly dominating corporates in Kenya because of sex but it's because they do not steal. It's not in their nature.
Women always are willing to do extra service for you, and naturally build better client relations so I do not have to worry about going back next time or when they refer me to someone.
Men saa zingine they create signals in their head and want to make sexual advances. Being nice in business is a call to sex or flirtation to them.
 

mukuna

Village Elder
#7
fresian is better than ayrsian

There are five major dairy breeds that
are considered the best milk producers
in the world.
These are Ayrshire, Guernsey, Jersey,
Holstein Friesian and the Brown Swiss.
Locally, we have other breeds that are
reared for milk such as the Sahiwal,
Fleckvieh, Boran and the East African
Shorthorn Zebu, which is popular among
average smallholder farmers and
pastoralists.
The Holstein Friesian or Friesian is
arguably the most desired dairy breed in
Kenya and other parts of the world.
However, most farmers lack basic
information about the breed and may
commit their hard-earned money
without considering the merits and
demerits of the breed.
CHARACTERISTICS
A good Holstein Friesian cow should
exhibit the following characteristics:
1. Distinctive black and white
markings on its coat. The intensity
and distribution of the markings
vary from animal to animal. A few
cows may, however, be white or
red.
2. Mature cows usually weigh about
500 to 650kg and stand 4.8 feet
tall at the shoulder.
3. They have short horns
4. They are humpless
Of the five most desired dairy breeds, the
Holstein Friesian produces the highest
amount of milk per lactation. A pedigree
cow produces between 8,500 and
10,000kg of milk per year. Good Holstein
Friesian cows have been recorded to
have had between 12 and 15 lactations.
A Holstein Friesian’s milk also has the
lowest butterfat content (2.5 to 3.6 per
cent) and protein (3.2 per cent) when
compared with the other four major
breeds. These percentages are important
for a consumer population that is
getting increasingly aware of what is
contained in their diet.
MATURITY
Some processors also prefer milk with
low butterfat and may even offer to pay
more for such milk. Butterfat content is
an inheritable trait.
Such information about the animal you
choose should be available from the
breeder’s records.
Holstein Friesian calves have an average
birth weight of 25kg (female) and 30kg
(male) after a gestation period of nine
months. They have a fast growth rate
and on average calve for the first time
from the age of 26 months.
This guarantees quick returns for the
farmer as he doesn’t have to wait for too
long before getting some rewards. The
male calves are not only good for
breeding but are also valuable for beef
and are powerful draught animals.
Though regarded as adaptable to a wide
range of environments, the Holstein
Friesian has presented challenges to
many farmers in Kenya.
They do not have good heat tolerance
and so do not do well in areas with high
temperatures like lower Eastern
Province, the Coast, North Eastern and
upper parts of the Rift Valley.
They, however, flourish in cool areas of
Central Province, Naivasha, Nakuru, Uasin
Gishu, Kisii and western Kenya.
These areas also are mostly green
throughout the year, providing adequate
pasture for the heavy-feeding Holstein
Friesian (it requires 40 to 70kg of fresh
feed daily and 60 litres of clean water).
They, however, score highly in that they
can either zero-graze or graze on
controlled fields.
Their shelters should be bedded with
sand, straw, or some type of mattress.
These need to changed regularly to
ensure high levels of hygiene.
The farmer also needs to be very keen
on pest and parasite management as
this breed is highly susceptible to vector-
borne diseases like East Coast Fever and
trypanosomiasis.
With proper care and the right
environmental conditions, the Holstein
Friesian’s output is quite impressive.
Locally, pedigree Holstein Friesian can be
obtained from Manera (Delamere Estates)
in Naivasha, Kalro Naivasha, Agricultural
Development Corporation Katuke
Complex in Kitale, Kisima Farm in Njoro,
University of Nairobi Farm in Kabete and
Gicheha Farm in Ruiru, among others.
 

girlciki93

Village Elder
#14
Nani huwekea boychild mchele saa ile anajaribu kunegotiate deal ya massage. Boychild amekubali kulipia services vizuri but anajipata kwa barabara ameblackout bila nguo. Tunawaonea 18.
uko na Bibi na unaenda massage?
ama wewe kijana mdogo unaenda massage kufanya nini, kama wewe si pervert?
 
#16
fresian is better than ayrsian

There are five major dairy breeds that
are considered the best milk producers
in the world.
These are Ayrshire, Guernsey, Jersey,
Holstein Friesian and the Brown Swiss.
Locally, we have other breeds that are
reared for milk such as the Sahiwal,
Fleckvieh, Boran and the East African
Shorthorn Zebu, which is popular among
average smallholder farmers and
pastoralists.
The Holstein Friesian or Friesian is
arguably the most desired dairy breed in
Kenya and other parts of the world.
However, most farmers lack basic
information about the breed and may
commit their hard-earned money
without considering the merits and
demerits of the breed.
CHARACTERISTICS
A good Holstein Friesian cow should
exhibit the following characteristics:
1. Distinctive black and white
markings on its coat. The intensity
and distribution of the markings
vary from animal to animal. A few
cows may, however, be white or
red.
2. Mature cows usually weigh about
500 to 650kg and stand 4.8 feet
tall at the shoulder.
3. They have short horns
4. They are humpless
Of the five most desired dairy breeds, the
Holstein Friesian produces the highest
amount of milk per lactation. A pedigree
cow produces between 8,500 and
10,000kg of milk per year. Good Holstein
Friesian cows have been recorded to
have had between 12 and 15 lactations.
A Holstein Friesian’s milk also has the
lowest butterfat content (2.5 to 3.6 per
cent) and protein (3.2 per cent) when
compared with the other four major
breeds. These percentages are important
for a consumer population that is
getting increasingly aware of what is
contained in their diet.
MATURITY
Some processors also prefer milk with
low butterfat and may even offer to pay
more for such milk. Butterfat content is
an inheritable trait.
Such information about the animal you
choose should be available from the
breeder’s records.
Holstein Friesian calves have an average
birth weight of 25kg (female) and 30kg
(male) after a gestation period of nine
months. They have a fast growth rate
and on average calve for the first time
from the age of 26 months.
This guarantees quick returns for the
farmer as he doesn’t have to wait for too
long before getting some rewards. The
male calves are not only good for
breeding but are also valuable for beef
and are powerful draught animals.
Though regarded as adaptable to a wide
range of environments, the Holstein
Friesian has presented challenges to
many farmers in Kenya.
They do not have good heat tolerance
and so do not do well in areas with high
temperatures like lower Eastern
Province, the Coast, North Eastern and
upper parts of the Rift Valley.
They, however, flourish in cool areas of
Central Province, Naivasha, Nakuru, Uasin
Gishu, Kisii and western Kenya.
These areas also are mostly green
throughout the year, providing adequate
pasture for the heavy-feeding Holstein
Friesian (it requires 40 to 70kg of fresh
feed daily and 60 litres of clean water).
They, however, score highly in that they
can either zero-graze or graze on
controlled fields.
Their shelters should be bedded with
sand, straw, or some type of mattress.
These need to changed regularly to
ensure high levels of hygiene.
The farmer also needs to be very keen
on pest and parasite management as
this breed is highly susceptible to vector-
borne diseases like East Coast Fever and
trypanosomiasis.
With proper care and the right
environmental conditions, the Holstein
Friesian’s output is quite impressive.
Locally, pedigree Holstein Friesian can be
obtained from Manera (Delamere Estates)
in Naivasha, Kalro Naivasha, Agricultural
Development Corporation Katuke
Complex in Kitale, Kisima Farm in Njoro,
University of Nairobi Farm in Kabete and
Gicheha Farm in Ruiru, among others.
Fleikvieh beats them all..
 

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