You Tube – Our OxfarmAg Ltd CEO Mr Dickson Kahuro touring one of our demo farm

Our OxfarmAg Ltd CEO Mr Dickson Kahuro touring one of our demo farm which also host our Certified fruit tree nursery in Nyeri Tetu Githakwa. As oxfarm we strive to give our customers best services and products with aim of ensuring profitable agribusiness and sustainability.

open the video HERE

 

 

We at OxfarmAg Ltd, do propagation and selling of quality certified fruit tree seedlings to farmers at friendly prices.

Our seedlings nurseries are Certified by Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service – KEPHIS and are registered by Horticultural Crop Directorate – HCD

We have planting services through oxfarm packages where we assist farmers in establishment of various fruit tree orchards.

For easy access of our services and seedlings, we established demo farms where you can learn more about fruit tree farming. You can visit our demo farm at ridge ways Kiambu road or in Nyeri.

Our quality certified fruit tree seedlings include;
Prices of seedlings are in Ksh.

Hass avocados @150
Grafted tree tomato @100
Fuerte avocado @150
Passion plants grafted @70
Yellow passion @40
Mangoes @150
Oranges @150
Tangerines @150
Guavas @100
Pawpaw @60
Apples @350
Macadamia @350
Lemons @100
Pomegranates @300
Pears @300
Plums @350
Kiwi @400
Grapes table/wine @300
Upland Arrow roots suckers @100
Pixie orange seedlings @250

Plant fruit tree seedlings this coming rainy season. Contact us to order seedlings and to get direction to our demo farms.

0706222888/
0723662773
Our WhatsApp link https://wa.me/254706222888

We do deliveries countrywide.
Access our online shop http://oxfarm.co.ke/product-category/tree-fruits-seedlings/

 

here are some photos of our demo farm at ridge ways

Apple seedlings
fuerte and hass seedlings
grapes seedlings
grapes seedlings
guava seedlings
guava seedlings
guava seedlings
guava seedlings
Harvesting of pepino fruits - Dickson Kahuro
Harvesting of pepino fruits – Dickson Kahuro
hass avocado seedlings
hass avocado seedlings
hass avocado seedlings
hass avocado seedlings
lemon seedlings
lemon seedlings
macadamia nuts
macadamia nuts
macadamia seedlings
macadamia seedlings
macadamia seedlings
macadamia seedlings
macadamia seedlings
macadamia seedlings
mango seedlings
mango seedlings
nursery mkulima wa nyeri farm
Nursery at mkulima wa Nyeri farm
mango grafted seedlings
oranges grafted seedlings

Tissue culture banana
Tissue culture banana
Tissue culture banana
Tissue culture banana
tomoko seedlings
tomoko seedlings
Tree tomato grafted seedlings
yellow passion seedlings
yellow passion seedlings

 

dairy goat farming

DAIRY GOAT – Farm tour & training 13th April 2019

How To run a modern Dairy goat Farm – Second Edition

After a successful farm tour organized for learning about how to run a dairy goat agribusiness on 10th November 2018, we have organized yet another one on the same venue due to many request we are getting.

Our April farm tour and training will focus on DAIRY GOAT FARMING as business in Kenya. The training will be held at Shamba Dairies – one of the leading and well managed dairy goat farm in Kenya.

The farm located in the heart of Kangema town is the home of 40lts of dairy goat milk per day, with the champion goat producing 5litres of milk per day – a feature many dairy goat farmers in Kenya dream off.

The farm has three breeds of goats namely Alpine, Toggenbergs and Saanens.

 

Shamba dairies is among the few farms in Kenya that completes the entire value chain, It has a small yoghurt processing unit fully dedicated to goats’ milk yoghurt production.

Feeding, which they mostly grow on the farm includes proteins such as desmodium, lucerne, calliandra, green leaves, which is constantly in their cages.

This tour and training offers those with an interest and new entrants to goat farming an opportunity to learn the success behind Shamba Dairies.

 

The event is organized by Farmers Trend in collaboration with Team Oxfarm. We are dedicated in promoting agri-tourism in Kenya, showcasing the success of this modern farms that started from a humble background.

 

Contact us for details, bookings and any clarification
Oxfarm – 0706222888

 

See more details on the poster below

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT DAIRY GOAT FARMING FROM THIS VIDEO.

 

 

Some Photos of the farm

Value Addition In Agricultural Commodities And Why Every Farmer Should Do It

Generally, value addition is the process of changing or transforming a product from its original state to a more valuable state. Many raw commodities have fundamental value in their original state. For example, maize grown, harvested and stored on a farm and then fed to livestock on that farm has value. In fact, value usually is added by feeding it to an animal, which transforms the maize into animal protein or meat. The value of a changed product is added value, such as processing wheat into flour. It is important to identify the value-added activities that will support the necessary investment in research, processing and marketing. The application of biotechnology, the engineering of food from raw products to the consumers and the restructuring of the distribution system to and from the producer all provide opportunities for adding value.

Economically a commodity is added value by changing its current place, time, and from one set of characteristics to other characteristics that are more preferred in the marketplace. A better meaning would be like processing wheat into flour and eventually into more desired products by customers such as bread, cakes. Those involved in value addition should think of themselves as members of a food chain that processes and markets products to consumers.

In Kenya, the majority of agricultural commodities are marketed in their raw forms, hence losing the opportunities for higher earnings and generating employment.

The main constraints that face Kenya’s agro processing industry include among others, the high operational costs mainly due to the high prices of imported fuel and spare parts, unavailability of appropriate processing machines and spare parts, and the limited knowledge in operation of the machines.

However, despite these constraints, agro processing has a tremendous potential for increasing income through value addition and increasing shelf life and access to food security through the establishment of small scale agro processing enterprises and rural based industries.

Once these commercial agro industries are efficiently run and are responsive to the ever-changing market demands, this will be a precursor for overall economic growth of the country.

Meaning of Value addition

For farmers in Kenya, value addition has a particular importance in that it offers a strategy for transforming an unprofitable enterprise into a profitable one. In fact, there are very few items that a Kenyan small holder farmer can produce and sell profitably at the first level (that is, on the open wholesale market).

Therefore, a value-addition strategy is critical to the long-term survival of most small farms in Kenya.

A good example is say, a coffee farmer who simply grows and harvest coffee cherries, and then sell them “as is” to a local processor. Here, they usually sell at a price below the cost of production. This marketing strategy may be viable in the short run, because it may cover the cash costs involved in producing the crops.

This is, however, a poor strategy because it usually does not cover the total costs of production, and, therefore, the coffee enterprises will not be sustainable.

Value addition strategies could also be easily drawn from the production of tropical fruits, vegetables, livestock, grains and other commodities.

Many small holder farmers should be encouraged to increase their profitability by vertically integrating their operations rather than simply expanding horizontally to increase their volume of production.

Here, they are adding value to their crops by taking their product one or more steps up the vertical ladder of processing and marketing rather than staying at the same level and trying to increase quantity.

Agribusiness support agencies should be seen to support the promotion of rural agro industries. This is mainly crucial because of the following reasons;

  • Agro –industrial products, unlike the basic commodities, do not exhibit a long-term real-price decline so they are more effective in increasing local incomes.
  • Value addition activities in the rural areas tend to increase local employment and income and usually have a positive impact on the local economy mainly due to forward and backward linkages.
  • Product differentiation as a value addition strategy is easier for goods that have been processed, transformed, packaged and labeled.
  • The agro-industrial products where value has been added tend to enjoy a higher profit margin than basic commodities.

In conclusion, for those in agribusiness, as markets become more competitive, it is important for mainly small holder farmers and other value chain actors to seek ways of taking advantage of the value adding opportunities to be able to increase the incomes of the rural producers.

Deliberate efforts should be put in place in establishing market research teams to help in investigating both fresh and processed markets.

The value added products can be those that are traditional or those that already exist in the rural areas, or can also be new products, which can be processed using new, low cost technologies

Advantages of Value Addition in Kenya

  • Increased profit – any value addition increases financial value to the product and has the effect of improving the income of a farmer.
  • Value addition gives a farmer a chance to focus on the consumer
  • The producer/farmer can get a share of the marketing bill which is the difference between the farm gate value and the retail value and it is growing bigger day by day.
  • Enhanced shelve life – this is a benefit any farmer would want. the longer the product can stay without getting spoilt, the more guarantee one has of a product selling at their preferred price and time. for instance raw milk doesn’t last for long but when processed into ghee, yogurt and other products can last longer.
  • Improved bargaining power
  • Creation of a brand – if a product goes to the market being identified to you or your farm, then your future is defined.
Agribusiness in Kenya

How is The Future of Agriculture and Agribusiness

The importance of agriculture to the Kenyan economy cannot be underestimated. It is well documented that agriculture is key to economic growth and contributes to socio-economic development of the country. The sector accounts for around 25 percent of the country’s GDP and contributes over 70 percent of the national export earnings.

Agribusiness sector is undergoing sort of a technology revolution period. Many  people are working towards streamlining the process for agricultural business. We need to cap the losses this industry suffers due to poor management and illicit commission agents. Because the future of the Kenyan Agribusiness sector depends on farmers and traders. Seeing as how farmers are ending their lives or succumbing to debts, we need solutions which will ensure the future of the sector. Its worrying seeing our counterparts from north lift always complaining about maize prices. Although we have been telling them to diversify, they need to feel that their land will continue giving them value.

The Future of Farming is  Agribusiness and farming Smart

The area of land available for agriculture in Kenya and the entire world has decreased. If Kenya for example wants to expand or maintain its current food output it needs to increase its productivity – without imposing an additional burden on the environment. More with less, welcome to the world of Smart Farming

What is Smart Farming?

Smart Farming is a farming management concept using modern technology to increase the quantity and quality of agricultural products. Farmers in the 21st century have access to GPS, soil scanning, data management, and Internet of Things technologies. By precisely measuring variations within a field and adapting the strategy accordingly, farmers can greatly increase the effectiveness of pesticides and fertilizers, and use them more selectively. Similarly, using Smart Farming techniques, farmers can better monitor the needs of individual animals and adjust their nutrition correspondingly, thereby preventing disease and enhancing herd health.

Goat Farming in Kenya: how to start & make money

What are the requirements for Smart Farming?

Knowledge and capital are essential for any innovation. New farming technologies require more and more professional skills. A farmer today is not only a person with a passion for agriculture, he or she is also a teacher, a doctor, a politician, a lawyer (to find their way through a growing maze of regulations) and a part-time accountant (making a living from selling agricultural produce requires bookkeeping skills and an in-depth knowledge of market chains and price volatility).

Furthermore, Smart Farming requires capital. Thankfully, there are a wide range of options available. From using low capital investment smart phone applications that track your livestock to a capital-intensive automated combine. In principle, implementing Smart Farming technologies can be easily up scaled.

Blogs and companies such as Oxfarm provides farmers with information and helpful insights that farmers can rely on.

 

Why you Should Trust Oxfarm Ag Ltd

At oxfarm ag ltd, we like doing the best for our customers and making farmers get value of their investment is our business. in this short article you will get to know why you can trust our products and services.

    • You can choose from hundreds of agricultural products/services, all from the highly rated brand name for instance, Machinery, farming equipment, irrigation kits e.t.c
    • We are accredited by certifying bodies such as HCDA and KEPHIS (our tree fruit seedlings are the best)
    • There are no Agriculture companies “pulling our strings.” Our fierce independence means you’ll get the best values when we partner with you.
    • Oxfarm Ag officers are experts at matching you up with farming information that makes the most sense for your unique situation. (We’ll never recommend a farming project that we don’t think is the best option available for you).
    • People have been investing their money and land with us since 2015.
    • Nearly 1,000 customers have already put their trust in us, buying millions in seedlings and packages.
    • Want to speak with us outside of regular “business hours”? We’re open long hours and Saturdays so we’re here when you need us.

So again, why trust Oxfarm Ag Ltd? Well, here’s what we tell people.

Earn more than 10 million per acre with 40k investment.

You Should Buy Agricultural Products and Services from Whoever Gives you the Best Advice

At the end of the day, you should buy from the person you believe cares about you and gives you the attention and quality guidance you’re looking for: and that person is no other than oxfarm Ag Ltd.

If you get the best advice and guidance from us, we hope you’ll trust us to handle your request. Of course, we believe that no one does it better than we do.

If you want to experience the Oxfarm Ag difference, just reach out to us and get your quote. You can call us at the numbers on our website.

We’d love the opportunity to earn your trust, and it would be our privilege to work with you. Visit us today at Ridgeways Nairobi along Kiambu Road.

 

Want To Become A Serious Farmer? Do These Things!

Conduct Market Survey

Most farmers rush into farming without validating the market capability of their particular crop. Growing any type of crop without a particular market in mind is suicidal. Funny enough most farmers do that.

Her in Kenya, farmers are worse, they have become a “me too” farmer. They certify what to grow by looking at their neighbors.  due to this kind of behavior, the market becomes saturated with similar goods.

the aftermath, is that competition starts to happen forcing the forces of economy to take place, that is the supply is more forcing the prices to come down.

No farmer want such a scenario. however, that’s what you will get if you fail to look for a market upfront. You’ll pay for the mistake by squeezing your margins dry. for you to be outstanding, start by approaching all probable market outlets about what you intend to grow and then choose an idea based on your results.

By so doing you will be able to know that what you intend to grow is what the market really needs.

What Is The Future Of Organic Farming

Make Sure you Go for the right crop

For you to optimize farm profitability, choose the right crop. In any market, the end users will demand for more than one commodity. As a farmer in such circumstances, you have a decision to make. Our stand therefore would be, choose the crop that has a higher market value.

This is so because the cost of production is almost same across many crops. For instance if you want to grow Macadamia, Hass avocado, Oranges or Mangoes, you will require land, same land preparation and same operation cost.

The difference among all these fruits is the market value. In our case it favors hass avocado in which case you should go for tomatoes.

Make Sure you plan well in Advance

They say if you fail to plan, you plan to fail. ignore planning at your own peril. No one can guarantee your success in farming but if you plan well you increase your chances of becoming successful.

Most farmers ignore this important factor and by so doing most of their ideas never see the light of the day. If you know and adhere to this, you have an advantage over the rest of the folks.

When you clearly take your time to write a detailed farm plan, you will definitely save yourself a lot of time and frustration trying to figure out what to do next.

Any farmer can’t afford the luxury of time. Given the perishable nature of most horticultural produce, you will have a problem if you lack a plan of action.

​​Diversify your ventures

Did you know that most successful people in Africa are also farmers. Not just farmers but in many avenues, for example, President Uhuru is a dairy farmer, a coffee farmer, cotton farmer, sisal farmer e.t.c,. Don’t just plant maize, diversify with other more profitable crops such as Macadamia, Avocados and dairy.

There are some other instances where specialization is paramount, but if you want farm profitability badly, you can’t afford to specialize.

For instance if you are growing tree-tomato fruits, you could also intercrop them with other vegetables such as kales, spinach, pilipili hoho e.t.c,..

These intercropped short term crops will enable you to earn some income before your main crop.

thorn melon farming in Kenya: Farmers smiling all the way to the bank

​​Be Patient and Stick to the Plan

Although farming is a good way of earning some income and having control, it’s not magic that you plant today and all over a sudden you become a millionaire.

I will tell you farming is not for fainthearted, its challenging and requires patience and resilience.

In farming there are several uncertainties, such as crop failures and market fluctuations. One year may produce a bountiful harvest, while another may bring total devastation and little or no income.

This is all part of the business of agriculture. Now, when you face such situation, the last thing you need to do is switch plans.

While some challenges might require a change of plans, it’s better to stick to your plan and learn from your mistakes. It’s all part of the process that eventually leads to farm profitability.

Ensure You Keep Clear And Traceable Records

Ensure your records are up-to date and accurate. Pay attention to details. Know where your money is generated and spent. Storing receipts in a shoe box and waiting to post figures at the end of the year is not a recommended record keeping system.

Good records will help you to evaluate your cash flow as well as project the profitability of your venture.

Having said all that, success in farming depends solely on you. what we have told you combined with what you know can give you massive profits, work towards your destiny.

 

 

Agribusiness in Kenya

What Is The Future Of Organic Farming

Organic farming has been an important part of agriculture across the globe for some time now. The sustainable farming method of growing and producing food stuffs and vegetables without using any chemicals has always garnered both appreciation and interest from many people.

These days, people from all walks of life are more than ready to invest in healthy and chemical free produce that can benefit their overall health in the long run, and are doing their bit to promote healthy living within the society.

In Kenya, where the agriculture industry is the biggest in terms of human resource and total farming area, organic farming has been the most natural method of growing crops using natural fertilizers and manures like cow dung and organic compost.

Following the green revolution and introduction of modern technology during the early 1960s in this sector, the Kenyan agriculture industry managed to transform for the better. It gradually witnessed a shift from traditional farming methods to introduction of synthetic fertilizers in an effort to safeguard and guarantee the safety of crops from various pests, diseases, and crop destroying insects.

These policies and initiatives ensured faster production of crops and accelerated the development of modern farming methods. Nevertheless, the usage of various chemicals & pesticides during different stages of farming and packaging made such products highly contaminated by the time it reached end consumers; and posed great danger to their overall well-being.

What Hinders Growth of Organic Farming in Kenya

Despite the above highlighted positive facts, many agronomists are unconvinced about sustainability of growth and future of the Kenyan organic farming industry mostly due to lack of awareness about this sector, and consequent lack of branding and promotion for higher realization.

Furthermore, the study also stated that while the national government has taken some effort to create awareness about organic farming, this space requires the intervention of the county governments as well. More than anything else, they can help in encouraging farmers to focus more on organic farming practices and minimize utilization of chemicals and pesticides.

Marketing Process Of Hass Avocado In Kenya

What Customers Don’t know About Fruits and Vegetables

  • 99.9 per cent of consumers are not aware about the source of produce, like fruits, vegetables, & greens that they buy and consume.
  • Most consumers do not make any efforts to know or find out about the source of farm produce.

Current Market Situation in the Organic Fruits & Vegetables

Most organic stores in Kenya are similar to retail shops that includes buyers & sellers. Since the organic produce sellers do not grow the produce sold through such stores, even they are not the most reliable source when it comes to seeking information about organic produce. The main reason for this lies in the fact that such store owners usually do not have control over the consistency in quality, color, texture, and / or finish of the final product.

  • Additionally, some of these organic stores in Kenya are about the hype, and rarely about the quality of the produce being sold.

Going by such facts, it is evident why creating more awareness about organic farming in Kenya has become a matter of extreme importance these days. However, things have certainly begun to look bright on this front, at least in some counties in Kenya.

State of Hass Avocado Farming in Kenya

Emergence of New Players in The Kenyan Organic Farming Space

Over the past couple of years, it has been observed that the organic farming sector in Kenya is entering a transformation stage due to an increase of new ventures that have begun to disrupt the market with their one-of-a-kind offerings. In an effort to promote a healthier lifestyle, these players are playing a pivotal role by providing consumers with naturally grown wholesome organic produce.

Future of Organic Farming in Kenya

Kenya currently holds a prominent position among countries that actively practice organic agriculture globally. However, with only a mere 0.4 per cent of total agricultural land area designated for organic cultivation, it is evident that this industry still has a long way to go in terms of growth.

Moreover, since the organic food segment is still at a nascent stage in Kenya, both the government and other private players will have to develop a strong policy framework that can benefit all involved. For now, it can be safely concluded that the organic farming industry in Kenya holds immense potential to grow, provided it receives steady investment, and benefits from both existing and new initiatives, which can further its growth.

 

Hass Avocado Farming

Marketing Process Of Hass Avocado In Kenya

Hass avocado variety is the most common for exporters as it has a massive market in Europe as compared to other varieties. When ripe, hass variety turns dark purple. Its benefits as compared to other varieties of avocado are tremendous as seen below;-

  • High in protein and mineral content as compared to animal protein
  • They are an essential source of cholesterol
  • Hass avocado are used in cosmetics such as manufacture of facial and hair oil.
  • Apart from earning foreign currency for the country, hass avocado earns a substantial amount of income for farmers.

When venturing in avocado farming, remember it’s a lifetime investment and you therefore need to be careful in what you do. its grown both by large-scale farmers and small scale farmers.

Kenya sits on a tropical belt which is ideal for avocado and other tropical fruits. Consumers like African avocados as they are regarded to be both sweet and big. South Africa and Kenya are the biggest producers of hass avocado.

Hass avocados from Kenya normally flower at around October and mature between march and September. It is mandatory to know when it’s the right time to identify the correct harvesting period because hass avocados are harvested raw and ripen off the tree. Most exporters have done their research and know when hass avocado are ready for harvest in different areas in Kenya. From the farms, avocado is sent direct to the pack houses where it is prepared and processed ready for shipping. Main exporters include, Selina wamucii, Kakuzi Ltd, Sasini, Mt Kenya Avocado, oxfarm.co.ke.. e.t.c,.

Requirements For Exporters

You do not just wake one day and decide to export fresh produce, there are different procedures you must follow for you to be allowed to ship fruits. Before any farm produce can find its way to the export shed, several certifications are required. its however not that hard as many farmers from central region have enjoyed avocado export business for more than 15 years now.

Form Bargaining groups

While all exporters of avocado look for quality, they also look for quantity. Don’t expect an exporter to come to your farm if you only have one tree. Therefore, the best thing to do is to form a group with a management team. This management will be able to sell your ideas and bargain for better pay. For instance if you live in Maragwa, Muranga county and 100 of you with each farmer having an average of 100 trees, that means the number of trees in your region are about 10,000. With this kind of a number in one area, you can bargain for better pay and any exporter will listen.

For entrepreneurs intending to export directly to the international markets to succeed, one will need among others a solid financial partner, a reliable logistics company, and an experienced body of staff to ensure compliance with several standards.

There are various government bodies including Kenya Plant health Inspectorate Service and Exports Promotion Council that have been institutionalized to help entrepreneurs crack the export business.

Get your facts right and do the right thing and market for your hass avocado won’t be a problem.

Pokea Dairy farm tour and Event – 9th March 2019 Nakuru

In our quest for promoting dairy farming in Kenya we have organized another dairy farm tour to Nakuru at pokea dairy farm.

We are here to help you earn more on dairy farming. On 9th March 2019 we are giving you a special opportunity to tour one of the best dairy farm in Kenya, Pokea Farm in Nakuru Njoro. Whether you are a new or you already have an existing dairy farm or planning of starting you need to learn something that may increase your dairy production a success.

With a small area where this farm has got 60 cows and some producing an average of 40-55 liters of milk a day, one need to learn his secrets of this success.

His secret in getting the best breeds for his farm. How to start dairy farming empire like pokea farm that started with one cow. How to feed your calf with only salt, hay, and water to strengthen its veins and a stronger backbone. Deep understanding of physiological conditions of the cow and managing its stress for more milk production.

How to train your farm managers to manage your farm at the comfort of your place of work and everything moving on efficiently in your farm. How to make feed ration, and feeding of your cows. Detailed process of making silage and roughages their ratio and when to feed your cows.

He sells heifers between 150k -250k while his pedigree cows between 300k- 600k. He also sell sexed semen that guarantee that calves born are all females.

His success in farming has enabled him to win prestigious golden award for commercial prestige in Madrid, Spain 2014. He received overwhelming support from 112 countries and 7,000 companies in the dairy industry across the globe. He has also received awards as a top breeder in country Kenya.

The Event is being hosted by Farm Expose in collaboration with team Oxfarm and  Farmers Trend. We will be having two meeting point at 06:30 am in Nairobi, and at 09:00 am Nakuru.

Pay a deposit today to reserve your seat

CHARGES PER HEAD

  • 3,000/= Inclusive of transport to and from Nairobi, training, writing materials and meals (paid in-advance)
    2,500/= Transport provided to and from Nakuru (paid in-advance) and own transport
  • Payable to Farmer Trend mpesa till number 201677
  • send confirmation to 0706222888

 

 

Read more about this farm on Nation.co.ke:

Farm where cows offer 50 litres, heifers fetch a cool Sh0.6m

 

 

 

mushroom farming and training

8th Mushroom Training – Bannie-El Mushroom Farm in Limuru – 16th March 2019

This is what the training on Mushroom farming will cover.

  • Cost of production
  • Structure design
  • Preparing compost
  • Substrate preparation and mixing ratios
  • Sterilization/pasteurization (decontamination) of substrate
  • Inoculation (spawning) and conditions
  • Incubation
  • Maintaining conditions
  • Soil casing
  • Management
  • Fruiting process
  • Harvesting
  • Storage
  • Marketing
  • Challenges in production and marketing
  • Cooking preparation recipe

 

CHARGES PER HEAD

  • 3,000/= Exclusive of transport
  • Payable to Farmer Trend mpesa till number 201677
  • send confirmation to 0706222888
  • or pay at the farm.

 

check more about the farm HERE 

 

 

Check how the Last event – 7th edition on Mushroom farming was for February 2019

 

Morning hours HERE

Afternoon hours HERE

 

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