The chicken house has doubled in size to accommodate our growing hens! Thanks go to the Open Gate Trust for their generous contribution to this well-ventilated extension. Four large rooms house our 600 chickens. The first eggs shouldn’t be long now . . .Continue Reading... No Comments.
The quarantine house is complete, enabling the farmer to care for any individual sick hens (only two so far), and so keep the flock healthy.Continue Reading... No Comments.
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Akandwanaho Dominic is a former Kasiisi Primary School pupil who had a Kasiisi Project scholarship to go to secondary school. Our director Kate met him in 2008 when he was at the the second of his secondary schools, Valley College in Bushenyi. He then went on to St Mary’s College in Kisubi. He comes from […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Seven bags of maize (totalling about 500 kgs) have just been harvested, and are ready for sale. Every achievement is another step toward sustainability!Continue Reading... No Comments.
The farm continues to attract great wildlife!Continue Reading... No Comments.
The ground at Kyanyawara School is being prepared for a musizi seeds (maezopziz) nursery.Continue Reading... No Comments.
The farm has a new 10,000 litre water for the new chicken house rooms. The workers are just waiting for the cement to dry and the PVC pipes to be put in place before final installation. Thanks to The Marr-Munning Trust’s ‘Joan Honour Tribute Fund’ for generously funding this tank.Continue Reading... No Comments.
This brick construction is a new quarantine house for any chickens that might get sick. It’s nearly finished!Continue Reading... 1 Comment.