Farming Becomes A Profitable Business

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  • Enacting favorable business regulations and licenses;

  • Establishing the Laikipia Business Fund, with an allocation of at least KES 300 million per year;

  • Training and marketing partnerships with large businesses and business membership organizations;

  • Facilitate establishment of cottage industry.

  • Publish a map of crops and livestock that are protable to produce in every village; Mobilize farmers to form marketing organizations to enter into contract farming with traders and processors;

  • Offer inputs and AI subsidies to poor households to increase crops and livestock yields, to end hunger and reduce poverty;

  • Develop and promote the Laikipia beef brand by creating disease-free zones and promoting feedlots;

  • Co-invest with entrepreneurs and cooperatives to promote on-farm value addition for crops and livestock products.

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