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How I cope with diseases, heat stress and still get 30 litres from my...

By Chris Lati, Founder Makasa Farm This is the continuing story of Makasa Dairy Farm situated in Lower South Eastern of Kenya's Makueni County; a...

Death robs Kenya a great dairy scientist – Dr Titus Lanyasunya

Kenya is mourning the death of one  of its leading dairy researcher Dr Titus P. Lanyasunya. Dr Lanyasunya  had more than 20 years of experience...

This is the billionaire man behind the Solai Dam tragedy (photos)

This is the face of the man behind the Solai Dam tragedy - Perry Mansukhlal Kansagra. Although unknown in Kenya, and he has not...

Kenneth Matiba: The Liberation Hero and the untold story of his Limuru farm

 The death of Kenneth Matiba has robbed Kenya – not only a politician but also a man who dedicated his life to farming. Actually, before...

Late spy chief James Kanyotu’s 500-acre coffee farm sold to church

An expansive coffee farm that belonged to James Kanyotu, Kenya’s most dreaded head of the Special Branch, now NSIS, has been sold. The coffee farm...

And these are the 100 top land owners in the world led by Catholic...

Ever wondered which individuals and organisations own the most land globally? The answers may surprise you. Counting down from 100 to one, we spill...

Grace Mugabe grabbed this reservoir, now the villagers want her land

It was bound to happen. Hundreds of Illegal artisanal miners  have invaded an expansive farm owned by former Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe in...

Naushad Merali’s dalliance with loss at the colonial Mweiga Sasini Coffee Estate

When Sasini bought the Mweiga Coffee Estate, many people thought it would make profits out of it. They didn't. Actually, it recently sold part...

Lord Egerton’s Castle and its colonial links to Farmers training in Kenya

Tucked away from the town’s bustling streets, Nakuru’s legendary Lord Egerton Castle is a place that continually seduces visitors from all over the globe....

How the Samburu tribe lost Ol Pejeta Ranch to President Moi

Ol Pejeta was always the grazing land of the Maasai until 1911 – when the Maasai were pushed to the north and south after...

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