A loan of $600 helped to construct a zero-grazing unit.

Chepkoech's story

Chepkoech is married with one child aged four years, she herself being 28. She has been in dairy farming for seven years in the Litein area of South Rift, Kenya, producing milk and selling to Brookside Dairies.She specializes in dairy farming but gets additional income from tea as well.

Chepkoech has requested a loan of 50,000 KES to help her put up a zero-grazing unit for her dairy cows. She says she expects her production to improve and make her a major supplier of milk in her area. She believes her dairy produce will be adequate to provide the basic requirements such as education of the children when that time comes.

Chepkoech says their major challenge is scarcity of land to hold a good number of dairy cows. She is glad that farmers can access agricultural loans through Juhudi Kilimo's help

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