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Improved pastures revive Kenya’s livestock exports

Exporters of live animals to Mauritius are preparing to resume the business following the recent rainfall that has improved pasture in Coast province.

The growing demand for live Kenyan animals in Mauritius was interrupted by the recent drought that affected many parts in the country, leading traders to suspend exports since they could not get the animals of the required weight.

“With the current rainfall in many parts of the province, there is sufficient pasture and we are optimistic that the animals will attain the required weight for export,” Mohammed Mursal of Global Livestock Traders said.

Read more (Business Daily – Kenya)

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