Clarkson's Farm.

Just finished watching it. I don’t how realistic it is, but what I got from it is that the best way to profitable farming is diversity, technology and long term planning. Otherwise it’s also a good series. Bingeworthy.

It is a “thought provoking” documentary. In Kenya think value addition, for example you have planted cucumbers, but unfortunately they are “oversize” as per the market requirements. Naturally you can not sell them, but alternatively you could make pickles and sell that. You have extra milk, make yoghurt, cheese, butter or ghee and sell through social contacts/networks.

The rules and regulations huko Ughaibuni are stringent, sio kama huku. Therein lies the opportunities.