Kakamega County has a predominantly crop farming economy with livestock farming taking a small portion of the available land.
The Deputy Governor, who doubles as the Agriculture and Livestock Development Executive, Agriculture and Livestock Development ExecutivefarmersKCSAPProf. Philip Kutima Read on
The government has provided for free 25 metric tonnes (500 bags of 50kg) of potato basic seeds for planting to counties to produce certified seeds.
This will result in about 2,500 Agriculture CSCOVID 19 pandemicDr. Eliud KiregerfarmersKALRO DGKCSAPPeter Munyapotato seeds Read on
All livestock markets along the Kenya/ Tanzania and Kenya/ Somalia borders have been shut indefinitely, Agriculture, Livestock and fisheries Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) Ann Nyagah has said.
Other livestock markets that Agriculture CASAnn NyagahCOVID-19KCSAPKenya/ Tanzania and Kenya/ Somalia bordersKNTClivestock markets shutNARIGP Read on
The Department of Agriculture has disbursed over Sh. 51 million to 58 groups in West Pokot County under the Kenya Climate Smart Agriculture Project (KCSAP).
The KCSPA is a five-year National KCSAPKishaunet Show Groundsmicro-projects for KCSAP groupsWB grantsWorld Bank Read on
The World Bank in collaboration with the Government will spend sh54.7 billion to promote climate smart agriculture in Kakamega County.
Under a programme dubbed Kakamega Climate Smart Agricultural Project (KCSAP), the KCSAPMerina AdhiayaProject CoordinatorWorld Bank Read on