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Get a 10% discount on our seedlings Plus free delivery to your town.

From 5th – 19th December

Fruit farming should be done in agribusiness way, its a profitable venture that relies on natural processes. To achieve success, farmers should aim at employing unique farm management practices. Each practice can bring overwhelming results.


These farm practices range from land preparation, planting, tree management during the vegetative growth stage, harvesting, marketing, and packaging.
To get higher profits, farmers should put the maintenance costs to a minimum.


We do sell fruit seedlings at very competitive prices book yours today and get them delivered country wide at zero cost.

    Hass avocados @150
    Grafted tree tomato @100
    Fuerte avocado @150
    Passion plants grafted @70
    Yellow passion @50
    Mangoes @150
    Oranges @150
    Tangerines @150
    Guavas @100
    Pawpaw @60
    Apples @350
    Macadamia @350
    Lemons @100
    Lime @150
    Pomegranates @300
    Pears @300
    Plums @350
    Kiwi @400
    Grapes table/wine @300
    Upland Arrow roots suckers @100
    Pixie orange seedlings @250
    Coffee (Ruiru11) @60
    Custard apple @100
    Pepino Melon @100
    Tissue culture banana @180
    Plantain banana @500
    Strawberry @50

Talk to our regional sales executive and book yours today.

Invest in fruit tree farming

Western region

Engage Nebat on 0706222888 WhatsApp link —-> HERE
Email – oxfarmkisumu@oxfarm.co.ke

Nairobi region

Engage Cliff 0769623300 WhatsApp link —> HERE
Email – oxfarmagnairobi@oxfarm.co.ke .

Visit us at Ridge ways Along Kigwa road Nairobi

Nakuru region

Engange Asman – 0740000044 WhatsApp link —-> HERE
Email – oxfarmnakuru@oxfarm.co.ke.

Visit us Near White house Nakuru

Eldoret region

Engage Dancan – 0710588060 WhatsApp Link —-> HERE
Email – oxfarmeldoret@oxfarm.co.ke .

Visit us near rupa mall on the highway opp total petrol station Eldoret.

Mt Kenya region

Engage Stephen 0742194880 WhatsApp link —> HERE
Email – oxfarmmtkenya@oxfarm.co.ke .

Visit us Nyeri Tetu Githakwa

Eastern and Coast region

Engage Nebat on 0706222888 WhatsApp link —-> HERE
Email – info@oxfarm.co.ke

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A Blueprint For Success: Using Digital Tools in Entrepreneurship

Just like in other countries, Mozambique has also felt the impact of the novel coronavirus. It has been a difficult moment in most parts and many entrepreneurs such as Catarina Bie have struggled to keep their businesses running. Catarina’s shop in Maputo, Mozambique was on the verge of getting closed. Most of her customers disappeared when COVID-19 erupted. Things got worse to appoint that she was almost about to close her business – a decision that could have had a long-term impact on her family’s future. Fortunately, she got involved in digital technologies which introduced her to better approaches that helped her keep her business running.

A Shift to Digital

Millions of small businesses globally like Catarina’s have experienced challenges as COVID-9 cases increased. With social distancing and travel restrictions, it was hard to do business. Every industry was affected from agriculture to retail and supply chain to tourism. To keep the sales flowing and operations running, businesses turned online and mobile platforms such as Facebook and WhatsApp became the new marketing hubs. In the agriculture sector, shifting to digital tools not only maintained the sales, locally and internationally, but has also enhanced crop productivity.

A Blueprint for Success

However, some groups find it difficult transitioning from traditional methods to digital formats.  To overcome these challenges, there are a few factors that should be put into consideration. They include:

  • Understand your needs as an entrepreneur and familiarize with various technologies in your field: These days, most entrepreneurs have smartphones which means they are connected to the internet. With adequate knowledge, they can turn their smartphones in to a marketing hub through platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp. Before investing in technology, start-up and well-established businesses should first understand their needs and weigh different technologies that they can use to improve their services and operations.
  • Choose the delivery methods and the most suitable technologies: To keep the entrepreneurs engaged, an interactive structure such as a WhatsApp or Facebook group is important. This can provide an ideal ground for various businesses to share ideas and market their product. After weighing down different technologies, the next step is to select the most suitable technologies to integrate into the business. Embracing marketing platforms such as social media platforms can be a blueprint for success.
  • Measure the effectiveness with regular feedback from various groups: If you are using marketing platforms and your products are ordered online, you should measure the effectiveness of your marketing strategy and technologies using the generated returns and feedback from the customers. You can even create a WhatsApp or Facebook group to interact with regular customers.

Catarina invested a part of her savings in the business. She bought a few chairs to attract and accommodate more customers outside. Catarina says that she could have thought it’s possible to make her small business profitable during the pandemic. The new technological approaches helped her reach customers despite the COVID-19 pandemic. “Social media has helped me improve my business skills,” she cites. She can now afford a smile as she looks at a group of people settling down in one of her new outdoor tables and order a meal.

Order your favourite fruit seedlings from oxfarm.co.ke

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We are hiring; digital marketing Manager

We at OxfarmAg Ltd., the leading company in agribusiness field, We are hiring an experienced Digital Marketing to help us keep growing. If you’re dedicated and ambitious, OxfarmAg Ltd is an excellent place to grow your career.

Responsibilities

  • Analyze digital data to draw key recommendations around website optimization
  • Conduct social media audits to ensure best practices are being used
  • Coordinate with sales team to create marketing campaigns
  • Prepare emails to send out to customers
  • Monitor key online marketing metrics to track success
  • Ensure that the brand message is consistent

Qualifications for Digital Marketing

  • Past Experience in Digital Marketing\
  • Experience executing paid social media campaigns
  • Bachelor’s degree in marketing or business
  • Knowledge of video and picture editing software such as Adobe
  • Must be able to juggle multiple projects at the same time
  • Incredible attention to detail
  • Full understanding of all social media platforms
  • Problem solving skills
  • Knowledge of content management systems

How to apply

  • All applications are online.
  • Interested and qualified candidates to send the CVs to

ask@oxfarm.co.ke

  • Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

NOTE; Include your past work through links.