Eucalyptus offcuts are used to build the piggery. Thanks to our Pounds for Piglets Appeal, the first piglets are expected to arrive on Monday 28th May – ahead of schedule!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Clearing has happened. The space will be used for the construction of a new piggery representing a new direction for Kasiisi School Farm.Continue Reading... No Comments.
They’re coming in all different colours, thick and fast!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here’s the first brave one to try out a new nestboxContinue Reading... No Comments.
Our carpenters have been working hard on smart new nestboxes for the hens – for all those eggs to come…Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Kasiisi School Farm’s first EGGS! Laid a few days ago, they’re an exciting step on the road to self-sufficiency. THANK YOU to everyone who bought a chicken at Christmas. It was worth it! PS Now we have a POUNDS FOR PIGLETS appeal! Do you like texting? For less than the cost of a cup of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A piggery is being built on Kasiisi School Farm. We will need piglets! Can you spare £2.00 or more to help us populate the piggery and reach our target of £500? To donate just text PIGS25 £2 to 70070. Thank you! Or Weibale Muno! (for those who speak Rutooro!)Continue Reading... No Comments.
These fantastic students have adopted The Kasiisi Porridge Project as their charity of the year. Yesterday, they heard more about the project from our Director, Kate, and told her of their continuing plans to raise funds. Thank you Form 3S!Continue Reading... No Comments.
Biggleswade Rotary Club has made not one, not two, not three, but FOUR donations now to the Kasiisi Porridge Project. This last donation was made this month, and was very gratefully received. It will go a long way towards buying piglets for our new farm. See our current PIGLET APPEAL.Continue Reading... No Comments.
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.