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Malonza - Goat Farmer from Kenya

Updated: May 11, 2021

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Owning land in a semi-arid area can dissuade one from farming. Particularly because farming in Africa is predominantly rainfed. This was the case with Malonza, a landowner in Kitui Kenya. Frustrated with crop farming due to low rainfall, he let his 4-acre piece of land lie idle for 4 years.

He came across this website in 2020 upon being recommended by a friend. After going through different agribusiness ideas that could succeed in his ecological zone, Malonza settled on goat farming. The shrubs that had developed on his land for over 4 years became good pastures for his first herd of goats.

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