Analysis Of Dairy Innovations And Their Contribution To Dairy Farmers’ Welfare In Selected Counties Of Kenya as Reported By Edith Warigia Wairimu, a Brilliant Postgraduate Student of Agricultural Economics

The Kenyan dairy subsector has a potential of improving household income and reducing poverty among dairy farmers through provision of regular income from milk sale. The subsector is however faced with various challenges including low milk yields per cow, seasonal fluctuations in milk availability and prices with reduced production levels during dry season, adulteration, fragmentation of milk production between small farms, milk collection costs, high level of antibiotics in milk, presence of aflatoxin M1 in milk and high level of microbial load among other challenges.

Twiga; An Agricultural Technology Company is Invited to Create Latest Agricultural Technologies Awareness To Students By Dr. Evans Chimoita,a Lecturer In The Department of Agricultural Economics

Twiga is a company that creates technology platforms for aiding agricultural farmers to market tomatoes, potatoes, onions, watermelon and bananas by linking them to the market or buying their products and sell them to small scale vendors in the market. It mainly operates in the following counties; Nairobi, Machakos and Kiambu. Also Twiga Foods stores and grade the agricultural produce from farmers before they market them.