“Knowledge is power. I have attended several agribusiness refreshing courses since 1980 hoping to learn the latest farming trends,” 81-year old Henry Kanyike proudly says.
His diary states he has meetings on September 1 – the Seeds of Gold Farm Clinic day – but he is ready to skip the afternoon session and drive to Kabanyolo since he lives nearby in Lusaze. “I urge all farmers to attend because in farming you need expert information even though you have a rich educational background. The Farm Clinics are positive, they are open up sessions and offer a wide range of enterprises to active and prospective farmers,” Kanyike who been in dairy farming business since 1972 at Kiteezi – Lusanja reveals.
Despite that vast experience in farming, Kanyike also a soil scientist is particular when enumerating the tangible benefits he accrued from the last Farm Clinic outing at Makerere University Agricultural Research Centre, Kabanyolo (MUARIK). Read more