A loan of $625 helped to construct a modern dairy unit and buy a chuff cutter (for cutting fodder).

Bornice's story

Bornice is a mother of four aged between 19 and 14 years and all schooling. She is aged 43 and has been in dairy farming for the last 13 years in her home area in Litein, South Rift, Kenya. Her milk produce is sold locally. She currently employs one farmhand.

Bornice has made a first loan request with Juhudi Kilimo amounting to 60,000 KES to purchase a dairy cow at 30,000 KES and a chuff cutter at 30,000 KES, too. She expects her milk output to improve with the additional dairy cow and better feeding as a result of the availability of a chuff cutter.

She notes fluctuation in milk prices as the challenge.

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