A loan of $550 helped to purchase and insure a dairy cow.

Justus's story

Justus, 27, is married with two children aged seven and two, the elder of whom is attending school. He has been practicing mixed farming for four years, producing tea, which he sells through the Kenya Tea Development Authority, and milk, beans, and maize, which are sold locally. He earns 8,000 KES monthly from employment, as additional income for his farming business.

Justus has requested a loan of 45,000 KES from Juhudi Kilimo to purchase and insure a dairy cow. He plans to use the extra income from the sale of the milk to pay school fees. He is also focusing on acquiring more land and increasing the number of dairy cows he keeps to four.

Justus notes that pests and diseases are a great impediment to his farming business. However, he appreciates the loan services provided by Juhudi Kilimo.

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