Over 2000 primary and secondary school students from different schools converged at Baraka Agricultural College for an annual student field day. During the event the exhibiting schools showcased a variety of agricultural related skills raging from value addition on farm products to new ways of practicing sustainable agriculture. Students from Michinda Primary School which emerged the best 4-K Club in Kenya in contest earlier this year displayed their skills on value addition on wool poultry keeping and organic farming. Baraka Agricultural College which host the event every once a year exhibited on new varieties of crops that grow on different climatic conditions, animal and crop husbandry. Several companies and corporate bodies such as Kenya Co operative Creameries (KCC) Kenya Agriculture Research Institute(KARI) Kenya Seed Company a

mong others participated in the event.

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