How to find market in Kenya for your produce
Selling your agricultural produce can be a great way to make a living, but it’s important to do it right. Here are a few tips to help you get started:
1. Do your research.
Before you plant anything, it’s important to do your research and find out what crops are in demand in your area. You can do this by talking to other farmers, visiting your local market, or doing some online research.
Here are some things to consider when doing your research:
- What crops are grown in your area?
- What are the prices for those crops?
- What is the demand for those crops?
- What are the challenges of growing those crops?
Once you have a good understanding of the market, you can start to make plans for your own farm.
2. Get organized.
Once you know what you’re going to grow, it’s important to get organized. This means having a plan for planting, harvesting, and marketing your crops. It also means having the right equipment and supplies.
Here are some things to consider when getting organized:
- What kind of equipment do you need?
- Where will you get your supplies?
- How will you market your crops?
- How will you get your crops to market?
By taking the time to get organized, you can save yourself a lot of time and headaches down the road.
One of the best ways to sell your agricultural produce is to network with other farmers, businesses, and organizations. This could include talking to your local restauranteurs, schools, or churches.
Here are some tips for networking:
- Attend farmers markets and other events where you can meet potential customers.
- Talk to other farmers and businesses in your area.
- Get involved in your community.
- Volunteer your time to local organizations.
By networking, you can build relationships with potential customers and partners. This will help you sell your agricultural produce and grow your business.
4. Get creative.
If you’re having trouble selling your crops, don’t be afraid to get creative. You could try selling your produce at a farmers market, starting a CSA (community-supported agriculture) program, or even starting your own online business.
Here are some ideas for getting creative:
- Sell your produce directly to consumers at a farmers market or roadside stand.
- Start a CSA (community-supported agriculture) program, where customers pay a subscription fee to receive a weekly box of fresh produce.
- Start an online business where you sell your produce directly to consumers.
- Partner with local restaurants or grocery stores to sell your produce.
By getting creative, you can find new ways to sell your agricultural produce and reach a wider audience.
5. Be patient.
It takes time to build a successful business. Don’t get discouraged if you don’t see results immediately.
Here are some tips for staying patient:
- Set realistic goals.
- Don’t compare yourself to others.
- Celebrate your successes, no matter how small.
- Keep working hard and eventually you will succeed.
6. Be persistent.
Don’t give up on your dreams. Keep working hard and eventually you will succeed.
Here are some tips for staying persistent:
- Don’t let setbacks discourage you.
- Learn from your mistakes.
- Keep moving forward.
- Never give up on your dreams.
7. Be positive.
A positive attitude will go a long way in helping you achieve your goals.
Here are some tips for staying positive:
- Focus on the good things in your life.
- Surround yourself with positive people.
- Take care of yourself physically and mentally.
- Believe in yourself.
By following these tips, you can increase your chances of success in selling your agricultural produce in Kenya.
I hope these tips help you sell your agricultural produce in Kenya. Good luck!
How can i contact contracts to supply cabbages, onions, courgettes or capsicums. I have 2 acres and irrigation equipment in nakuru.
Hello read our article on 5 ways to sell your farm produce for guidance here https://graduatefarmer.co.ke/5-ways-you-can-sell-your-farm-produce/
I have half an acre of quality sweet potatoes to be harvested from 15th August 2016. Price kshs .50/ per kg farm gate price. Location Kagio Kirinyaga County.
Hi John, i am from Nairobi i would like to do business with you.Pass me your contacts so that we can begin.
niko na sweet potatoes to be harvested now but market ndo sina. connect me with one. nyamira county. ikonge
looking for markert to sell fredh tomatoes and red and yellow capsicum in bulk fresh from the farm
I have catfish and tilapia for sell
I have potatoes, cabbages and onions and am looking for a tender to be a supplier. How can you help me.
I have fresh dhania in the farm .Help me find market quickly.
You can find amarket by approaching ama mbogas at your local marketplace. They are very reliable
Is this website stil active?
Hello. How can we help you Anne?
Hi,am not a farmer but am trying to get into buying products from Farmers and supply them to the market. Problem is that am not sure how to start and where to find the market.
You could start with my sweet potatoes