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Christmas deal, Get a free bee hive

Get a free bee hive and free transport for the first 50km from our demo farms this festive season.

Package discounted from Ksh 60,500 – Ksh 40,500 per acre

Why Every Fruit Farmer Should invest on hass avocado farming.

Everybody loves avocado, right? For the farmers who invested early on them especially the hass avocado are reaping huge. The markets indicates there has been consistent growth on demand hence the prices. Farmers as of last season were getting paid Ksh 10 – 30 per fruit, with an average production 1000 fruits per mature trees farmers have become avocado millionaires.

The increase in demand of the avocado fruits is projected to continue as the country continue on opening new export avenues, plus the increased need of the avocado oil globally. Invest in these fruits, and let us guide you on this process. we have professionals with one goal.

To ensure you succeed and save when starting up on this project. OxfarmAg Ltd has made it easy for the farmers who want to invest in the HASS AVOCADO Farming by offering our vast experience to plant on behalf of the farmer and providing certified seedlings.  

Through our research, we have realized that most farmers do not have the knowledge and required experience to successfully farm hass avocado up to maturity and profit from them. This has caused many farmers huge losses, and we are here to offer stairs and a good start in hass avocado orchard establishment.  

Let us help you on the hard painful part of trial and error.  


  • Free consultancy (Normally we charge 5,000 but now its free)
  • Free hive ( Available for the first 100 acres to be booked SAVE Ksh 6500)
  • Free 10 fuerte seedlings ( To assist in cross – pollination )
  • 150 certified Fruit tree hass seedlings.
  • Organic manure (earthlee) per holes (Equivalent to a bucket of normal manure). (Discounted at 50%)
  • Labor (measurement and digging of planting holes, mixing and soil treatment, planting) (discounted at 50%)
  • Market connection.
  • Life time free agronomy support.


Contact and WhatsApp your details to our various regional rep for any inquiry

Western region

Engage Nebat on 0706222888 WhatsApp link —-> HERE
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Nairobi region

Engage Cliff 0769623300 WhatsApp link —> HERE
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Visit us at Ridge ways Along Kigwa road Nairobi

Nakuru region

Engange Asman – 0740000044 WhatsApp link —-> HERE
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Visit us Near White house Nakuru

Eldoret region

Engage Dancan – 0710588060 WhatsApp Link —-> HERE
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Visit us near rupa mall on the highway opp total petrol station Eldoret.

Mt Kenya region

Engage Stephen 0742194880 WhatsApp link —> HERE
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Visit us Nyeri Tetu Githakwa

Eastern and Coast region

Engage Nebat on 0706222888 WhatsApp link —-> HERE
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Creating a Profit Pool For Farmers

The challenging market trends are forcing farmers to look for new ways to increase their produce volumes and increase profitability. To survive in the export market, farmers must embrace different agri-tech solutions. From precision agriculture to harvesting robots to farm management systems, digital technology is transforming and enhancing today’s agriculture. Previously, cooperatives connected farmers to the market. They bought the produce from the farmers in bulk. Mergers, acquisitions, and poor management have contributed to the decline of cooperatives. The market for fruits such as hass avocados is growing rapidly. The demand for fruits in the local and export market is also increasing.

Agricultural technology aims at solving the key challenges that farmers and exporters face with:

 Low market prices

 Low and poor quality yields

 Variable farm inputs with high prices

 Lack of traceability

 Poor farm management practices

 Lack of an ideal place for farmers to collaborate and share ideas

Software and agricultural systems provide an ideal environment for farmers and exporters from different regions to share ideas and discuss how they can look for better markets. This can improve both the farmers’ and exporters’ efficiency.

Key values of Digital Tools in Agriculture

As more farmers get connected to the internet, more mobile apps, software, and systems are being developed. They are designed to serve different purposes. Some key values of digital tools include:

Creating a central platform for farmers to collaborate

When farmers and exporters use a central platform, they can easily track the daily activities, the performance of the crops, share market information, and analyze the market trends for various crops. 

Simple communication between the farmers and exporters

Sharing important agricultural information and documents at different levels of production can help farmers devise better farm management practices. 

Advisory based on big data and data analysis

Real-time data helps farmers to track the performance of their crops. The introduction of artificial intelligence and machine learning in agriculture has led to the introduction of sensors, drones, and robots to perform farm management tasks such as harvesting. Sensors, drones, and robots are connected to a system where they send the collected farm data for analysis. Sophisticated data analysis software is used to analyze real-time data and market trends.

Connecting farmers to potential customers

Marketing software and mobile apps can connect farmers to various customers looking for the same produce. Previously, markets for various crops were dominated by brokers who exploited farmers and bought the produce at low prices, especially macadamia nuts. With a large number of potential buyers at a central platform, farmers can sell their produce at the desire prices and get more profits

Tracking crop performance and productivity

Farm management practices are employed to determine the productivity of the crops. Not having an insight into what is required at different growth stages can ruin the entire fruit farming investment.

Farm management solutions provide farmers with full traceability of various agronomy practices that should be employed at different stages.

Having all information at a central platform can help farmers know the pests and diseases that can affect their crops, nutrients required at different growth stages, and how they can enhance their crop production and increase the yields.

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Farming more with less: using Innovations to find better answers for farmers

In agriculture, every solution should be tailored to meet a farmer’s needs in a specific group. In the process of understanding a farmer’s needs, it becomes simpler to shape the future of agriculture. Through the digitalization of farmers’ interactions, supply chains, and farming techniques, it’s easy to understand how various components work in different fields. Innovations in technology have helped connect farms digitally and made it possible for them to devise better farm management practices, from planting to harvesting.

Data That Helps Find Better Answers

Within each growing season, farmers collect and analyze a lot of data which include the seedling varieties planted, inputs applied, management practices applied, and yields produced. The rise of data science in agriculture has resulted in the creation of tools that provide farmers with real-time data. Satellites, drones, and remote sensors collect real-time data on the crop’s performance, temperature, nutrient utilization, soil conditions, and weather conditions. Artificial Intelligence tools analyze the data and relay a report and important insights to the farmers, helping them devise better farm management practices and make informed in-field decisions.

Climate FieldView, for instance, is a software that provides farmers with a clear and complete picture of how their farm is performing. Using the platform, farmers can optimize inputs, monitor their field variability, and control pests and diseases on time. These digital tools help farmers to use crop protection tools such as pesticides efficiently and effectively. Digital platforms and tools can also notify farmers when the weather conditions are too windy or too wet to help them devise effective spraying programs. With adequate data about the farm and the weather, farmers can grow more crops while using less water, inputs, land, and energy.

Products That Reduce the Impact on the Environment

The environment needs to be preserved and farmers understand that quite well. Extensive use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers can harm the soil and the environment. Farmers should consider planting crop varieties that require fewer pesticides. In fruit farming, planting cover crops and implementing sustainable farming practices should be employed to help in keeping carbon in the soil. Enhanced pest and weed control mechanisms have also helped in minimizing carbon emissions from farm machinery and crop protection products.

An Even More Precise Innovations

Precision agriculture is a farming method that uses fewer resources to produce more food. For instance, drip irrigation systems are connected to fertigation systems to form an efficient and more effective system for applying water, pesticides, and water-soluble fertilizers to crops. With digital innovations, these systems are connected to a computer system that analyses real-time data collected by drones and sensors and turns on the irrigation and fertigation systems. This increases production while using fewer resources. If looking for high-quality drip irrigation and fertigation systems, Oxfarm Ltd is the place you should look for.

Progress For The Next Generation

Innovations in modern agriculture make it possible to grow high-quality food with fewer resources on a smaller piece of land. Technologies have reduced the effects of agriculture on the environment and increased the farms’ productivity. If we use collective ingenuity to search for answers, progress in the agricultural sector will be achieved. Data science, biotechnology, chemistry, breeding, and biologics are helping in providing tailored solutions.