The registration targets domestic animals including cattle, sheep, goats, pigs among others
He advised the people of Uganda to grow high yielding produce like coffee and fruits on top of engaging in dairy, fish, poultry, piggery, onion and mushroom...
The visit by 12 farmers from Sembabule district is an industry first
Kidega offers free consultancy to farmers who live near his farm.
The cows are meant to alleviate poverty among residents, boost milk production and improve cattle breeds.
Opportunities in the dairy sector
Ugandan dairy farmers like their Canadian counterparts have considerable influence in national politics
“Ever since I constructed comfortable calf pens, the quality of my cows has improved,” says Matsiko.
During the dry season a litre goes for between sh700 and sh1,000
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