Date: Saturday, 3rd March 2018

Time: 9.30am - 4.30 pm

Venue: Homerange Ruaka Poultry Farm, along Limuru road - Ruaka Town.

Deadline for Booking and Registration:
1st March 2018.


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Training on Poultry Farming | KARI Impoved Kienyeji Chicken Training | Training on Kienyeji Chicken Farming | Poultry Farming Training in Kenya | Kari Improved Kienyeji Chicken Farming Training | Kienyeji Chicken Farming in Kenya |

Date: Saturday, 3rd March 2018

Venue: Homerange Ruaka Poultry Farm, along Limuru road - Ruaka Town, Nairobi.

Charges: Kshs. 3500 per person (Payable via our Mpesa No. 0727 200 116 Name: Ian Mutwiri)

Deadline for Booking and Registration: Thursday, 1st March 2018

Terms & Condition: Please note that we only take 10 PARTICIPANTS per training! We assign a booking space only upon receipt of your training fee payment.

How to Book: Simply send an SMS to us via 0727200116 with your 'FULL NAME' and the words "Book me for Training'. Our automated booking system will process your request and send you payment details.

Remit the Training Fee Payment of Kshs. 3500 via our Mpesa Till No. 867 237 and forward the Mpesa confirmation Message back to us via 0727200116.

Upon Payment, the sytem will confirm that your payment has been received and that you have been entered into the attendants list.

Thank you for your keen interest in the KARI improved kienyeji / indigenous chicken. The idea to train people on the rearing of improved kienyeji chicken came after our own experiences and hurdles in setting up our improved Kienyeji chicken farms. We came to the realization that there is no central place one can get reliable information on rearing of indigenous chicken, and in the event that one gets the literature, one lacks the opportunity to seek further clarification on various issues that he/she might have after going over the information provided.

We thought it beneficial to hold such training and create a forum for farmers engaged in or interested specifically in the rearing of indigenous chicken to interact, learn and build networks through which everyone can get support, advice and information whenever they need it.

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