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Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin)
Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin)
Eric is the co-founder of Farming Afrika. He is a farmer, business man and technology professional. He is determined to unwrap the mystery of profitable farming, lead the youth back to the farms and tell the story.


  1. James Macharia says:

    Please let me know how to prepare the Wheat grass from beginning to planting the Mashrooms long I have to take before each step of mixing and the proportion when I use 50 bales of wheat grass.
    thank you.

    • admin says:

      James, we will publish a detailed guide on how to prepare compost as well as all the ingredients and the quantities required.

  2. Philip says:

    Thanks Farming Africa for equipping young Dairy farmer with the vital required information on dairy farming.

  3. ngiri agnes says:

    I am interested with mushroom farming

  4. KAMAMI says:


    • rebeccah says:

      thanks, i earlier sent my querry , but would wish to specify that i am interested in a high production improved dairy cow , precisely a calf that can withstand the environs of nyeri county , with preferably a documented physiology profile .

  5. Regina Muchai says:

    Thanks for this site….Do you offer farming trainings?

  6. clement kamuru says:

    you guz youre doing a perfect job,will get you soon as i start it up.Thanks

  7. nelly says:

    thanks for the add

  8. VINCENT LEVU says:

    I appreciate being part your endeavors pliz help me rise up in tomato farming in Narok as i need lot of info on it & also connect me with tomato farmers who have already made it.

  9. kennedy mugambi says:

    Thanks for add.Kindly help on how to make hydroponic fodder and all its requirement through out its process.

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Kennedy
      At the moment we do not have hydroponic specialists but we are working on getting them.
      We will publish posts on hydroponic making processes as soon as we have this information.

  10. stanley korir says:

    I love poultry farming;to be specific indigenious chicken.please email some documentaries about feeding,vaccines and market of either eggs or broilers

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Stanely,
      Indegenous chicken farming is a great venture indeed. We will send some info as soon as we can.

  11. Godfrey says:

    I would like to try water melon farming. Any guidance will be highly appreciated.

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Godfrey,
      We are working on having a specialist write about watermelon farming. This will be posted on our website. You can look out for it.

  12. Daniel cheruiyot says:

    Very educative information and refreshing details

  13. joshua ochieng says:

    hi,good work,am a starting dairy farmer hope to learn more from you.

  14. susan says:

    Thanks for the add. I would like to start green house tomato farming and I need to be enlighten from the start .

  15. ogu says:

    Hi team,I am living in Uganda and i am interested in growing button mushrooms.Can you send me your physical and other addresses in Kenya where i can go for practical orientation on how to start my dream.There is a gentleman called kalanga james who does button mushrooms in kenya,i will be grateful if you can avail me his contacts. Thank you.


    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      We can get you in touch with farmers currently doing it and you can discuss terms.
      As for the gentleman you mentioned, We have not come across him and hence do not have his contacts.

  16. Stella Noelle says:

    Hi! Thanks a lot for the add. I am based in Mombasa and would really like to put up a green house. Kindly tell me how to go about this.
    Kind regards.

  17. Sigilai Nick says:

    Thanks for the add.

  18. Alice Wanjiru says:

    Thanks for the wonderful inro to the fellow farmers

  19. samsark says:

    Thanks big, am ready to start small & grow big especially through your mighty guide

  20. Raymond says:

    How to i grow up on this,i have one and half acre of land and i have bought 2 heifers Frisian cows.

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Raymond,
      First of all, congratulations on getting the heifers. One and a half acres is good enough. I suggest you grow some fodder to cut down on costs.
      Napier grass, maize of even lucern are good candidates

  21. MUTAI says:

    i have been a farmer for 5 years now, have improved breeds. my issue is lack of enough capital to: install feeding site, machine to grind te feeds, store,commercial feeds and many others. my question is do the company offers loans?

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Wesley,
      there are banks that offer loan facilities for farmers. You can try Chase Bank or even Transnational. Equity also has some offerings. Going for the Youth Fund is also an option for cheap loans.

  22. Catherine says:


    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Dear Muraya,
      I suggest you get to learn as much as you can about chicken farming. Visiting farmers and attending training are a good way to go.

  23. David Macharia says:

    Thank for the add. I live at Githurai and am interested in rabbit farming ,and I want to get more information about this farming and training on how to go about please help

  24. patrick m. githinji says:

    where can i purchase the best breed of cattle within central kenya region

  25. Mwibura Charles says:

    I wish to try agribusiness kindly support my effort.

  26. abiodun adekola says:

    thanks for adding me, i want to know if the materials you are using for your greenhouse can be bought in Nigeria and if not where can i get it

  27. machanji john says:

    Hallow i have a passion of mushroom farming any guidelines of the initial cost and steps will be appreciated

  28. Silvanus Amolo says:

    could you please send me the total cost of putting up a greenhouse.
    i would wish to put up one in gem siaya.

  29. jon gicho says:

    hi, am impressed by the role you play to assist aspirin farmers with knowledge. am planning to venture into dairy farming any time soon. i have ksh 400,000 as capital. my plan is to quit my current job which is stressful and poorly paying. specificaly i want to do it in nyandarwa (ol joro rok.) to be precise. i want to go into dairy farming hand on not as part time cos this is my dream. i got quite little knwledge in this field. please give me your professional advice. really i want to quit my job and start this. thank you.

  30. Thomas says:

    I have loved farming all my life. It is great when you can make money doing something you love doing. I am interested in mushroom farming but know next to nothing about it. Is there any kenya relevant literature out there.

  31. Stephen says:

    Hey,Young Farmers,
    I would wish to know more about pigs.

  32. Wolle says:

    Am already gaining some knowledge on different farming enterprises,just tech us n we are set.

  33. Arap Barmasai says:

    I have 20 acres of land. I have plans of having dairy n beef cows. Advices please.

  34. rebeccah weru says:

    I appreciate the information and now am looking for a calf, that has a mother with documented good milk production .I reside in Nyeri .Regards

  35. irene Mwangi says:

    Thanks for the add.

  36. moses says:

    am a farmer from uganda but have been doing it traditionally on free range. i would like to learn more farming and i can increase milk
    production. which pasture can plant and how to do it. am also interested in having Fleckvieh breed. how can i get it cheaply.

    thank you.

  37. marico otiato says:

    thank you for accepting my request Im now on the way to learn more things about dairy farming

  38. shadrach says:

    Thanks for your efforts in educating the world on farming. Indeed your efforts will address the issue of food security, create employment and thus improve living standards at large.

  39. Joan says:

    Thanks for regestering me

  40. mary says:

    Thanks for the add. i would wish to start dairy farming in 1 acre land. At what age of a cow should i start with, which breed in Nanyuki and how many of them?

  41. peter says:

    abt tomatoes is quite well done bt abit of disease control and treatment if u dont mind

  42. peter says:

    Abit of tomato disease control and treatment the rest is quite well done

  43. james says:

    Thankz for the add.

  44. jane says:

    i already built a 20m by8m tunnel 5beds of 1m width height 12ft. Need info on spacing, water application, chemicals this the ones that cure ,prevent and make them grow healthier. maximum height i should allow tomato plant to grow and any other vital information

  45. maina says:

    hellow can you send me a detailed dairy farming business plan for a starter,i would appreciate so much

  46. Joseph says:

    Very good site for people taking farming as a business

  47. Koech says:

    please I have A cow which is not producing enough milk due to type, how could I improved ?

  48. Elkana Kosgei says:

    Hey i want highly two dairy cows for buying

  49. Omar Abdi says:

    Hi Team,

    thanks for the add, I hail from a semi-arid area in Kenya where the wrath of mother nature hits the region hard in terms of Drought .this paints a fallen pride for the indigenous people living there. in this regard i have an idea of constructing water storages by using locally available resource through my newly registered developers company hence provide avenue for farming in small scale for agricultural produce,Beef Farming , Rabbit farming,poultry farming to curb dependence on relief food from humanitarian aid. I have a small capital and i really need a helping hand to foster the growth of this life saving idea in terms of Finacing and strategic management



  50. Pascal Adams THERA says:

    I am a malian consultant in management but I am also in Agricultue issues. I have a training school and I myself interested in rabbittry. So I would like to patneship with anyone, NGO or individual with whom I can grow.

  51. james says:

    I have some improved kienyeji chicks ad they have cough which drugs should I administer?

  52. kirimi miriti says:

    Thanks for your brilliant idea.
    But please do you help farmers on market and marketing outlets?
    Thanks and good day.

  53. Fred acooler says:

    I like this site and appreciate u for the advice,how can I get lucern seeds for me to plant for dairy.

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Thak you for the complements.
      Lucern seeds are usually distributed by the several seed companies in the country such as kenya seed and the rest. You can search for an agrovet close by that stokes the seeds

  54. fred acooler says:

    Thank u admin let me try and get one of the agrovets be blessed.

  55. Makori says:

    The ideas you give are vital if only followed. Thanks for having a passion in farming and your creativity and innovation will assist many

  56. JOHN NAMAUMBO says:

    Hello guys am student LUANAR, BUNDA COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE IN MALAWI and am pursuing a Degree in Animal Science currently am in third year and i wanted to a project on dairy production on the aspect of feeds which will help in increasing milk yield can anyone help me of title proposal that will attract alot of attettion from my lecturer but it should be simple in operation and cheaper to achieve it within 2-3 months…name of the feeds please i have heard of hydroponics fodder.. please help..

  57. JOH says:

    Hello! thanx for the adds
    am John Namaumbo from Malawi am pursuing a Degree in Animal science
    and am currently in third year and there is a need to produce a
    proposal of my project and i love dairy farming really wanted to take
    it consideration on the feeding aspect what topic can bring attention
    to my lecturers? and the project should be of simple and cheap to
    achieve it for short period of time(2-3) months …feeds that can
    increase milk i have heard about hydroponics fodder…
    please help.

  58. JOHN says:

    IT seems some one in masters program is doing the same project so any idea apart from the hydroponics fodder

  59. Good day all, am in…! interested in greenhouse farming, for tomatoes in particular.


    i still need learn more from you people

  61. steven mwanzia says:

    Thanks for add, Am crop&dairy production management,all my mind is always think about dairy farming because am in field 12yrs as working for it. And i know well the foundation of good dairy cow is suppost to start from 38ltrs to 50ltrs of milk, if u will take care of calf well. anyway u know u refer to serve ur herfer at age of 11-13 months from date of birth this it will depend what u takecare of your calf

  62. Kate says:

    I want to start on onion farming and Butter nut any advise will be highly appreciated. I have been trying small butternut at home but after the fruit grows it rots any idea on where am going wrong i dont use anything i just plant water when dry

  63. J. Gacheru K. says:

    Thanks for such an educative site.

  64. BARONGO says:

    Thanks 4 registering me.

  65. lydia lunzalu says:

    thanks much for the add, promise maximum cooperation

  66. thomas njinu says:

    my aim to be rearing dairy cows and pigs

  67. Am new in this website but yu guys u are giving good programs to Daily farmers and am also going to enjoy the programs

  68. BEN says:

    waiting to learn more from you

  69. Lucy Mwangi says:

    Where can I find a model of a small cow shed for about 20 cows and the cost?

  70. Anne Wambugu says:

    This is a good forum to learn alot. Am interested in starting dairy firm. my question is can i start with like three cows which are being milked or must i start with calves? How much would a cow producing 20-30ltrs of milk cost?

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Ann,

      With dairy farming you can start whichever way you want as long as it works according to your plan. Most farmers start with in-calf heifers. Theses are pregnant cows that are going to calve down for the first time. This is good as the cows most productive years are still ahead of it and you will enjoy this and also being incalf is an assurance that the cow is able to become pregnant. This is usually a big problem when buying cows as you can easily buy an infertile cow.
      So, i would encourage you to buy incalf cows although they are usually abit costly. You can also choose to buy a mixture of incalf and calfs ready for insemination to control costs.
      I hope this answer’s your question.

  71. kasirye says:

    Thanks for accepting me. Interested in dairy farming

  72. Edwin says:

    Just join, am Tanzanian, living in Dar Es salaam, already started dairy farming, but am looking forward to share with you guys, so passionate in dairy farming and am seeing ahead of me to a huge, very huge dairy profits out of it, you are welcome to Tanzania.

    Hope I will learn more and more from you guys

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Edwin,

      Im glad to hear dairy farming is going good for you.
      Feel free to share some of your experiences with us so that we can all learn from each other as well.

  73. Richard Assenga says:

    Hi, my name is Richard assenga From Dar es salaam Tanzania. i want to set up a greenhouse for growing tomatoes. Where can i get a POLYTHENE paper of size 15M X 30M and at what price?

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Richard,

      Greenhouse paper can be purchased from dealers such as Gnorth and son, Amiran among others.
      It cost me 90KSH the last time i bought. That should translate to 1956 per square meter.

  74. JOSEPH says:

    Hi Erick,
    I have passion for dairy farming. I feel that this is the time to start it.
    What do I require to start it?

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Joseph,

      To start dairy farming, you need to look at several factors and plan accordingly.
      I would advice you to first plant enough feeds for the animals you want to keep. This of course will depend on the acreage of land you have.
      I would advice you plant maize silage or boma rhodes.This is the most important step.
      Secondly, Plan the farm and construct structures if you like. In the case of zero grazing, consider drainage etc. You can get a zero grazing unit plan online.
      With these in place you can now go ahead to purchase cows. Remember, grow slowly and gradually. It is the best way to avoid disapointments.
      I hope this helps

  75. Edward Ochieng Ngoge says:

    Thanks for acceptance hope to learn more from you particulaly dairy and tomato farming

  76. oyoo says:

    thanks for the add

  77. Sammy says:

    Hi Eric,

    Have just joined, i have a 3 acre farm in nyeri that i want to develop. Do you have any leads on how to acquire funding?


    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Sammy,

      3 acres is good land to start agribusiness on.
      Funding is one of the major challenges in this field.
      I would advice you to first prepare a business plan and remember to include everything. Then try approaching institutions such as youth fund/ uwezo fund for cheap loans.
      If that fail try the more farmer friendly banks.
      Unfortunately funding is one area i cant help much.

  78. MERCY CHELULE says:

    Thanks for the fruitful information,kindly continue to enlighten us more.

  79. Ken Gitau says:

    I have a 1/4 acre piece of land in a place called Olooishoibo near Ngong Hills. I want to start a greenhouse farm in the very near future to farm tomatoes or capsicum. I’m looking on appropriate information regarding economical acquisition of green house equipment and the projected budget for such venture as well as the projected profits. Do you have such information as a package?

    Much regards.

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Ken,

      Such information is usually provided by the greenhouse sellers as it varies according to the size of greenhouse you want to acquire. I would suggest you contact illuminum greenhouses for affordable wooden greenhouses and either amiran or hortipro for steel greenhouses.

  80. Alice Motende says:


  81. kemboi says:

    Hi, i have got passion for farming both dairy and poultry, i have got enough land for the same and have planted feeds ie maize for silage and boma rhodes 1 acre each, i also have few kienyeji chicken and geese, your information on the management of this small farm we help me alot……i am in eldoret

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Kemboi,
      Having sufficient land is a big advantage when it comes to integrated farming like the operation you have.
      I have written several articles on dairy farming and more recently poultry farming that shouls help you.
      Also,m please make sure you subscribe to my newletters as i send out new posts/articles to emails of the subscribed members.
      Thanks and happy farming

  82. Frida says:

    Hi, where can I get reasonably priced net covering for strawberries please?

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Frida,

      Please contact illuminum greenhouses.

      • Akinyi Ohaga says:

        Hello Erick
        Im interested in mushroom farming I received some brief article about it but now I need to speak to a farmer who is already doing the same.The land I want to use is in Eldoret so preferably a farmer in Eldoret would be ideal.I saw in Daily Nation a story was published on 06/06/2015 about Joseph Hinga who is using local materials to grow button mushrooms. Kindly link me up with him or any other farmer already practicing.

        • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

          Hi Akinyi,

          There is a farm in Eldoret called Dell’s Farm in Kapseret that accept visitors to learn on mushroom farming. They are some of the good mushroom farmers in the country. You can call me on 0734728059 to link you up with them.


        • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

          Hi Akinyi,

          Unfortunately i do not know My Joseph Hinga.
          However, i know another farmer in Kapseret Eldoret doing button mushrooms and accepts visitors to his farm for a small fee.
          Let me know if you would like to be linked up.

        • Saadi A. says:

          Did you find the way to grow mushroom or Mr. Hinga?
          I am from Afghanistan and really excited to grow mushrooms.

  83. Anne says:

    Hi Eric,

    I live in Mombasa. I am planning to start green house farming for tomatoes, and keep beef cows in Kilifi. I wish to get your advice.

  84. Stephen says:

    Am really interested in greenhouse farming, am from makueni county kilungu hills. i have prepared a 6m by 15 m place for greenhouse. can i get one of this measurement and what price?

  85. DAVID OMONDI says:

    i like and appreciate the activities advice and motivations to individuals who have ventured or want to start farming enterprise.
    hope i will gain a lot.

  86. DAVID OMONDI says:

    I want to venture in tomatoes growing but the major problem in my area is bacterial.
    How can i overcome this obstacle.

  87. Aloyce Nuri says:

    I am grateful to Mr Admin, to get registered in this group. I hope to get inspired more in farming issues particularly Greenhouses and Dairy.

  88. milton mirimo says:

    am happy to joined am farmer in Uganda

  89. Boniface says:

    I am very happy for you accepting me in. .

  90. NJOROGE says:

    thanks for accepting to be in this group …kindly need alot of your help

  91. peter says:

    you are wonderful people in terms of information provision. lam going to learn more from you and be of benefit to others. I have already started rearing dairy cows but my standard is a bit low which I hope will go up with time.

  92. Christopher Mayeye says:

    Interested on mushroom farming. My problem is how to balance the substrate composition . Is there a regular ratio . If so please inform me

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi christopher, we can arrange for training on how to balance the substrate composition on an actual mushroom farm. Call us on 0763442224.


  93. Gerald Mayuni says:

    Hi, dear friends
    I’m Gerald from Tanzania engaged in poultry farming especial kienyeji chicks. I’m looking for Kuroiler breed, Please help me to get the breed.

  94. peninah says:

    Thanks for accepting me I look forward sharpening one another in farming. I am looking for vegetable market which I am capable of growing round the year. I have also started dairy farming and am glad to have found you.

  95. Akinyi Ohaga says:

    Im happy to be part of this

  96. hudson adenya says:

    am happy to join you.

  97. RWAMUTEMBA says:

    good to be with you and i need more advice before starting dairy farm

  98. RWAMUTEMBA says:

    I would like to have training manuals for starting dairy farm

  99. EVA CHAKI says:

    thanks for the add..

  100. Leonard says:

    I have been doing sugar cane farming and now wants to start venturing in horticulture like cabbages French beans and tomatoes

  101. ALFRED THAIRU says:

    thanks for the support you are giving to young farmer

  102. Joel kipkirui says:

    I want to be a serious dairy farmer.Have already aquired 2 asyire Cow’s.

  103. Shadrach says:

    Thanks for your tireless efforts in assisting young dairy farmers.

  104. philip says:

    I love poultry farming;to be specific indigenous chicken.please email some documentaries about feeding,vaccines and market of either eggs or broilers

  105. seurey cornelius kibet says:

    hi i could like to start dairy farming please advice more

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:


      I would advice you start by growing feeds eg neppiar grass or maize for silage and doing extensive reading and trainings on farming. You can then move to buy the cows once you are comfortable enough.



  106. daniel mbonde says:

    Thank you for adding to your list. I am about to retire from employment soon; I would like to embark on fish keeping and mushroom farming but I have never practiced before. So can I hear from you of your advise to me.

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Daniel,

      For mushroon farming, there is an excellent farm in eldoret that i would encourage you to visit called Dell’s Farm for training. If interested, please email me and i can link you up.
      On fish farming, unfortunately i do not have contacts but i can get back to you when i do.

  107. Winnie says:

    Thank you for adding to your list. am interested in starting tomato green house in Homa Bay please could you link me up with structure contractor and technical advise foram new to this business.

    Thank you.

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Winnie,

      Thanks for writing to us.
      Yes definately. I will send you an email and link you up with a reliable contractor

  108. Charity B Mbewe says:

    Thank you so much for the add Admin, hope to learn from this platform and contribute where I can. Im so excited to be part of this great family

  109. peter says:

    I can’t wait to hear great ideas from you and I must say i am more than passionate to have a sustainable successful dairy farming project

  110. Jonathan says:

    Thanks for the add

  111. Lucia says:

    Keep up the good work. Am a first time farmer currently farming tomatoes, am sure I’ll benefit from educative articles from Farming Afrika.

  112. Titus says:

    I am intrested in starting a dairy business, i have a five acre piece of land currently farming maize but would wish to go for dairy cows. kindly advice on Breeds suitable to my place i.e uasin gishu.

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hello Titus,
      Uasingishu is good for most of the dairy breeds. The important thing to consider is what system you intend to use ie Zero grazing or Semi intensive or grazing. I personally advocate for semi intensive where you have a grazing field but still preserve fodder as hay or silage for the dry season. The rains have now started in Uasin gishu and i would advice you to keep planting maize but use some of it as silage.

  113. BUTERA says:

    Hello Comrades I thank you for allowing me to be part of you…. I’m from Rwanda, and i liked this platform where we will be sharing Views on farming.
    I am intrested in starting a dairy business, i have a five acre piece of land currently farming maize but would wish to go for dairy cows. kindly advice on Breeds suitable and how i can get them.

  114. BUTERA says:

    Eric o’pe to hear from you soon thank you.

  115. Thanks for the adds me but I would like to know the materials used to make silage making

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hello Abias,

      Materials used vary depending on the quantity of silage being prepared. Usually, for maize silage, farmers need a forage harvester, this can be self propelled, tractor drawn, or stationery. You also need something to use as a compactor, this can be a tractor, a roller, drum full of water, or just your boots for the case of silage in small tubes. Finally, you need paper to make the silage air tight. Please read the article on silage making on the blog section.




  116. Olalere Gbolahan says:

    great and informative


    kindly i would like to subscribe to your site.Thanks

  118. Benson says:

    A big thank you for adding me. I have 10 acres of land land in south rift (Transmara) I really want to start dairy farming, please i need planning advice first. Any assistance?

  119. Mary says:

    Hello Eric
    am from Dar es Salaam and interested to join in this platform, am interested in starting greenhouse business, i have 3 hectors mean this is peace of land but am sure will be suitable and profitable to start so i don’t know where can i start, please assist me because am a new in this business

  120. benson says:

    I can confirm that i have subscribed

  121. Hillary says:

    I am interested in commercial dairy farming

  122. Bonface Njau says:

    thanks for accepting my subscription.

  123. KURIA says:

    thenx for subcription

  124. Ruth says:

    Am looking for Silage to buy. I have few cows in Turbo
    Please guide .

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Ruth,

      There is a company in Eldoret that has recently introduces packaged silage in 350kg round bales.they sell at around 13ksh a kg and since the bale is already wrapped, it stays fresh for a very long time.

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      I will reply here with their contacts

  125. Saadi says:

    I am Saadi from Afghanistan and I want to start from beginning to grow button mushrooms here.
    Could please help me to succeed?

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi Saad, button mushroom is a lucrative venture when done well and in a receptive market. We have written several articles that give an idea of how to start mushroom farming. We also have videos on youtube recorded in a mushroom farm. That should provide a good idea of what you will need. Please read and watch the videos, after which you can ask specific questions and we will be able to address them.




  126. jairus musa says:

    interested to learn more on mushrooms & onion farming

  127. David kmau says:

    Hey this is so enriching, am so much interested in starting the mushroom farm i have an 1/8th plot in Nakuru two to be precise how can i go about this?

    • Eric K. (Farming Afrika Admin) says:

      Hi David,
      Mushroom farming is a profitable venture if you have a market for your produce. I would advice you to do as much research as you can about the market for the produce then proceed to seek expertise to set up the venture. There are consultants who can offer their skills at a price. So i wouldn’t be too worried about expertise. Market is the bigger challenge but with good research and groundwork, it can be achieved

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