Kimalel Goat Auction

Kimalel goat auction raises Sh24 million

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 22, 2015
Managing Director of the Zanzibar State Trade Corporation (ZSTC), Ms Mwanahija Almasi Ali

Isles maintains higher clove prices despite global slump

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 22, 2015
Representatives of ‘Our World Is Not For Sale Campaign’ (from left) Biraj Patnaik, India, Justus Lavi, Kenya and USA’s Deborah James during a press conference warning that the WTO talks could push world’s poorest into more misery. PHOTO: JONAH ONYANGO/STANDARD

Why agriculture is a do or die for Kenya in global trade talks

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 18, 2015
Leaves from a local shrub can help boost soil fertility

Leaves from a local shrub can help boost soil fertility

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 18, 2015
Peter Wambugu Kago at his apple farm in Ihwa village in Nyeri County, Wambugu has developed new varieties of apple trees that mature faster and are three times the size of average apples PHOTO: GATHUA JOHN/STANDARD

For most Kenyan farmers Christmas means more work, more money

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 18, 2015

Kilombero Sugar inspired by ATE awards

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 16, 2015

EAC states move to harmonise fisheries development policies

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 13, 2015
President Uhuru Kenyatta operates a tractor when he commissioned Galana Kulalu Irrigation Scheme.

Resolve issues raised in Galana before injecting more cash

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 11, 2015
Cabinet Secretary for Water and Irrigation Eugene Wamalwa (middle), flanked by officials from the National Irrigation Board inspects maize at the Galana Kulalu model farm in August. PHOTO: MAARUFU MOHAMED/STANDARD

Experts blame politics, inefficiency for Galana project failure

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 10, 2015
A veterinary doctor vaccinates animals. The Government has previously launched vaccination campaigns to protect livestock from harsh drought conditions.

Kenya bets on new initiative to end drought disasters

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 6, 2015
An agricultural extension worker inspects maize in Gicumbi. WFP has unveiled an initiative to help small farmers transition to commercial producers. (File)

New WFP initiative to connect smallholder farmers to markets

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 6, 2015
Farmers reprieve as State puts sugar millers up for sale

Kenya: Farmers reprieve as State puts sugar millers up for sale

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 4, 2015
AGRICULTURE, the mainstay of the national economy, has seen increased productivity in recent years.

Agribusiness congress, exhibition slated for January

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 3, 2015

Cattle prices drop after supply increases

In2EastAfrica ReporterDecember 1, 2015
Agriculture state minister Tony Nsanganira (left) and a guest listen to Christine Murebwayire, the Association of Rwanda Farmers chairperson and the Chamber of Agriculture head, during a flower exhibition at Gikondo Show Grounds in Kicukiro last week. (Peterson Tumwebaze)

Rwanda looks to horticulture sector to spur export earnings

In2EastAfrica ReporterNovember 30, 2015