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Become a millionaire farmer in Kenya

“If you want to become a millionaire, become a farmer!”

I am not trying to say that farming is another avenue of getting rich quickly. With farming there are a lot of factors involved that make it so appealing to us Kenyans. We feel connected to the land and the land to us. We feel farming is the ultimate retirement package after employment. In short, we need more farmers than white collar jobs to tackle the growing food crisis in the world. It is time for people to get back to agriculture and do real farming to increase the food security of Kenya.


The world’s population is going to increase to 10 billion people by 2050 and who do you think is going to feed all these people? Farmers. So there is no question when it comes to target market! With the current looming food crisis in Kenya and the World at large agriculture is the world’s biggest problem and the biggest viable opportunity, its even bigger than all financial corporations combined on the journey to a successful and satisfying life.

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Invest in a farm; If you have money why don’t you buy land and start a farm? If you do not have the necessary skills or time you can hire someone else to do the work for you. If you cannot find land to buy and you have the money to invest you can partner with someone who has land and allocate profit sharing according to how much you have put in.



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  1. hey guys. great work you are there to educate aspiring farmers on the dos and don’ts in agribusiness. i am a passionate farmer though i haven’t yet made it that big in terms of profits but the insights in your website are sharpening my skills. i am so much interested in farming of fruits and vegetables and would wish to undertake a short course on how to grow the crops. kudos. keep up the good work.

  2. Hi,
    This is a good online agribusiness hub. I am an agricultural economics graduate and am in the process of starting a dairy farm, kindly post me more on the matter. Am based in Ainabkoi near Eldoret.



  3. Hi,
    Thank you for the great work you do.
    I really want to venture into onion farming. I haven’t done farming before so I’m looking for a good business plan for that. Do you offer business plans for someone who is starting out?
    I’m based in Nakuru and would love to know apart from Nyeri, if onions can also do well in subukia.

  4. Hellow,am interested in starting a daily farm and has no knowledge on how to go about it.Do you have any place I can go for a course on how to go about it.Planning to do in Nyeri county.Pls advice.

  5. Hi. I have a piece of land. 38 acres of which 25 acres is arable. It’s located at Mau Narok, accessible through Elburgon kitu 30 km. I need a partner who’s willing to invest in potatoes farming. I’m experienced in potato farming.

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