Wed Apr 14, 2021 11:30am – 1pm East Africa Time
The Training will be attended by three members of staff in LARMAT,( Drs. Oliver Wasonga, Dr. Staline Kibet and Ms.…
In Kenya, the distance between the livestock production areas and terminal markets is vast, making livestock movement a necessity. The condition of vehicles transporting livestock is, therefore, an important factor for animal welfare and meat quality. These two parameters are particularlyRead more
Mandates of universities in east, central and southern Africa have considerably changed from their traditional teaching and research roles, to greater active involvement in the development agenda of their countries, a phenomenon referred to as the ‘third mission’. This has necessitated a changeRead more
Agriculture is the backbone of most Sub - Saharan African economies accounting for 40 % of the GDP and 80% employment. Yet agricultural graduates have not been able to “hit the ground running” upon graduation. This study assessed the quality of agricultural graduates from Kenyan Universities inRead more
The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of cabinet drying air temperature (30–60 °C) and sample thickness (2.5–10 mm) on the quality attributes of dried beef.
You are invited to celebrate UON academic excellence tomorrow on 7th May 2021 from 9.00am. These are outstanding students from 2017- 2019.
Several students from the faculty of Agriculture scooped various Awards inclusive of Students in Dept. ofRead more
The Virtual training will cover theory and practicals slated from 3rd -6th May 2021.
For more information contact Prof. Jane Ambuko via firstname.lastname@example.org
KENET in partnership with mobile network provider Safaricom PLC, has negotiated for an eLearning Discounted Bundles package for use in remote teaching and learning during the Covid-19 pandemic.Read more