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US ethanol producers eyes Kenya.

Kenya’s pro-ethanol policies are providing the foundation for ethanol use in the country, offering potential demand for US ethanol imports. Brian Healy, U.S. Grains...

Bounty payments for tea farmers.

Mount Kenya region tea farmers will this year receive more for their harvest. The region’s crop marketing agency says will pay more than shs50...

Kenya lifts poultry ban on Uganda.

Kenya has partial lifting trade in poultry and related products imposed after an outbreak of avian flu in Uganda. Traders have welcomed lifting of the ban...

Farmers anticipate huge losses as cheap imports flood market

Opened doors for duty free maize has raised fears that farmers are likely to be stuck with their grains as harvest season approaches. The potential...

Maize duty waiver to influence commodities prices slash

Government has accepted Association of Kenya Feeds Manufacturers’ request for extension of yellow maize duty waiver until June next year to reduce usage of...

Plant potatoes to earn more, Kenya farmers told.

Kenyan farmers have been urged to plant more Irish potato to meet demand and available markets. Willy Bett, Agriculture minister said the crop will contribute...

Sugarcane farmers oppose imports in Kenya

Kenya’s western sugarcane farmers have opposed local miller’s intentions to import and re-brand the sweetener for sale to customers. Farmers warned that the practise would...

Advances for galaxies make control moderate in rustic Kenya.

It is early evening in Ndabibi town in Naivasha, and there are debilitating mists overhead. Kenneth Njoroge rapidly stops his motorcycle by the mud...

Low coffee yields increase to SH2BN earnings

Coffee earned Kenya Sh14.3 billion in the seven months to July 2017 contrasted and Sh12.2 billion acknowledged in comparing time a year ago, speaking...

Milk vending machines, rivalry to the expansive processors.

Nairobi now represents two-fifths of milk vending machines, prevalently known as ATMs, exhibiting significant rivalry to the expansive processors. Information from the Kenya Dairy Board...