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Arabica grass

Arabic grass is a creeper. As such, it grows by sending stolons sideways covering all available gaps. On the stolons, leaves grow on alternate nodes and in opposite directions. The stolons tend to be red-green. Once the gaps are filled, the grass produces numerous shoots. You got to step on this carpet grass without shoes!

Boer Goat + Local Goat Cross Breed

Emsea Farm has piloted at it’s farm in Emsea cross breeds between pure Boer Bucks and Local Females resulting in

Boer Goat Bucks

The largest of all goat breeds. Emsea Farm Boers

Eucalyptus Grandis (Blue Gum)

Eucalyptus Grandis commonly known as blue gum grow as straight and tall forest trees, reaching around 30 m (90 ft) tall. These trees grow very fast especially with plenty of water reaching maturity as early as 4 years. They could also be harvested from the 2nd year for use as poles for fencing or rafters for roofing. Common uses include power poles, fencing poles, rafters, timber for furniture, firewood and poles for buildings. These trees can grow in marshy areas with black cotton soil thus making them productive. Our seeds are sourced from the Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) giving our seedlings an edge over the rest.

Local Male Goats (Bucks)

Young male goats whose sire is half boer half gala buck. They were born and brought up at our Emsea Farm in Kerio Valley. These bucks are excellent for breeding.

Pinus Patula (Pinus)

Pinus (Pinus Patula) are fast growing coniferous trees that easily reach heights of up to 30m. Mature pine trees attain diameters of up to 1m. They are evergreen and highly resistant to prolonged dry periods. In Kenya, they are predominant forest trees whose main uses include production of timber and boards and manufacture of paper and pulp. They have also been used as wind breakers and as ornamentals in landscaping. They are a good source of firewood. Pines thrive in medium to high altitudes

Zimbabwe Grass

Zimbabwe grass is a a popular lawn grass with broad leaves that are light green in color. Unlike paspalum grass, the grass leaves are smooth and slightly curled along the edges. You will identify this grass by long thick stolons that radiate outwards from the main bunch.

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