Meet David 26, who does dairy goat farming while still a student at Chuka University. David started with one goat which was an indigenous species and then he decided to improve his breeds to Kenyan Alpine breed so that he can earn more from goat farming especially in milk production.

Currently he has 15 goats and on average and he is able to produce more than 10 litres which he sells at ksh 100 per day. He sells his goat between ksh 15,000 and adult at 20,000.

Due to passion in agriculture and especially animal health he enrolled at Chuka University and he pays his fees from goats milk and sales of his goat.