Kenya: Animal Feed Prices to Rise for Second Straight Month

Farmers are staring at yet another increase in the cost of animal feeds after the price of key supplements rose for a second time in a span of one month.

Cost of items such as soya meal, which is normally imported from countries like Malawi, Zambia and Uganda have gone up from Sh65 for a kilo last month to Sh70, while a kilo of maize germ, which is normally acquired locally from millers has shot up to Sh28 from Sh22 previously.

Mr Joseph Karuri, chairman of the Association of Kenya Animal Feeds…


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