A loan of $725 helped to buy poultry and a chuff cutter.

Patrick's story

Patrick is the father of three children aged between fifteen and twenty-seven. His youngest child is still in school. He is a farmer in his rural home in Kitale, Western Kenya and has employed one farmhand to assist with selling his milk and tea at the local market. He also runs a retail shop to supplement his farming income.

Patrick has requested a loan of 58,000 KES from Juhudi Kilimo to buy a flock of poultry for 30,000 KES and a chuff cutter (a machine that cuts stovers, or the leaves and stalks of maize, sorghum or soybean plants, into smaller pieces for fodder) for 28,000 KES. He is worried about the fluctuation in market prices, especially within the local markets. He hopes, however, to earn more from his dairy through providing his cows with better feed and reducing its waste.

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