A loan of $1,000 helped to construct a zero-grazing unit, or animal pen.


David's story

David, 45, is married with six children, five of whom attend school. He has been practicing dairy farming for more than 10 years and employs one farmhand. He sells his milk to brokers in Litein town. He also earns income from his small-scale farming of tea which he sells locally.

He has requested a loan of 80,000 KES through Juhudi Kilimo to construct a zero-grazing unit, or animal pen. By constructing this unit, he will be able to improve his farming and this will increase his milk output. He says that his biggest challenge has been the poor breed of cows he owns. He would like to improve the quality of his dairy cows to increase his milk production.



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