A loan of $475 helped to construct a zero-grazing unit to help his cows produce more milk.

Phineas's story

Phineas is a 22-year-old farmer in Nkubu county in Kenya, where he has been practicing mixed farming for the past four years, producing beans, milk, peas and tea, which he sells to the people in his local area.

He is requesting a 40,000 KES (Kenyan shillings) loan from Juhudi Kilimo to purchase materials for constructing a zero-grazing unit, which will help his dairy cows produce more milk and give him more income to be able to uplift his living standards. He plans to have increased his dairy cattle to four in number in the next five years.

The high cost of feeds is his major challenge in farming.

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