Do Agribusiness while Culturally Rooted

As you can see, our Alinga Farms’ model, Valerie Alinga III, my niece who is named after me, Alinga II, and I named after my paternal grandmother, Joyce Mary Alinga (RIP), is not taking chances. While protecting herself by wearing a mask, she is also bringing to you important food items that help in ensuring… Continue reading Do Agribusiness while Culturally Rooted

Youth in Agriculture

We try as much as possible to avoid so much drugs on our birds. In the last three weeks of raring we never use any drugs. We always make sure of our bio-security – very few people as possible visit our farm – that is why we located our farm out of town. Few people on the farm reduces the risk of diseases introduction.