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The college making millions through dairy farming

Bukura Agricultural College in western Kenya processes 1,000 litres of milk daily that it supplies in the region, formulates dairy feeds and has trained over 1,000 farmers. By Nathan Ombuni, bird story agency In 2017, students at Bukura Agricultural College in western Kenya proposed a business idea to their school. Final-year students studying for the college’s Diploma in Animal Production conducted a survey and found that the milk consumed in the region was being transported all the way from the Rift Valley. Some milk products were even imported from Uganda. “This area has the potential for dairy farming, but few […]
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