Livestock Principal Secretary Harry Kimtai has allayed fears that the proposed Livestock Bill 2021 will disrupt beekeeping as the uproar over the Bill gathers momentum.
Parliament has suspended the unpopular beekeeping law plan that sought to outlaw farmers from keeping bees for commercial purposes except in an apiary or home of bees registered by the government.
“The proposed Livestock Bill is at public participation level and as a Ministry, we’re very happy by the reactions from beekeepers and…
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