Sorghum Project

Sorghum project at Egerton University focuses on enhancing sorghum production, processing and marketing for improved small-holder incomes and livelihood in Kenya...

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CAeD Centre

The centre spearheads management of the MSc. in Agri enterprise Development programme and other capacity building and research activities in support of pro-poor enterprise...

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AI in Chicken


Artificial insemination is the most widely used reproductive technology in the livestock industry. Its adoption in poultry species has increased in popularity, especially in the western...

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Bee keeping in Kenya


Bee keeping in Kenya has been practiced since time immemorial. Currently there are two million hives in the country. Most bee keepers in Kenya base their practise on...

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Selection of Male Chicken


During the initiation of the INCIP programme, the starting flock was sourced from different parts of the country to form base population. These birds were placed in a ....

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Egg Quality Control


Eggs are a biological adaptation for birds to conquer a terrestrial lifestyle. They protect the developing chick embryo and provide food for the first few days of the chick’s life.

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LUANAR Technical Staff Trained in Indigenous Chicken Artificial Insemination LUANAR Technical Staff Trained in Indigenous Chicken Artificial Insemination LUANAR Technical Staff Trained in Indigenous Chicken Artificial Inseminati...
ILINOVA KICK-OFF WORKSHOP HELD IN KENYA ILINOVA KICK- OFF WORKSHOP HELD IN KENYA The ILINOVA kick-off workshop...
US Embassy Agriculture Counselor visits Egerton University US Embassy Agriculture Counselor visits Egerton University US Embassy Agriculture Counselor visits Egerton University There are no...
InCIP Patronises the Sustainable Animal Agriculture for Developing Countries (SAADC) Conference InCIP Patronises the Sustainable Animal Agriculture for Developing Countries (SAADC) Conference InCIP Patronises the Sustainable Animal Agriculture for Developing Countries...

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