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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


Emsea Farm produces top quality cabbages to cater for your daily nutritional needs. The cabbages are sold per piece.

Callistemon Citrinus (Bottle Brush)

The Callistemon Citrinus commonly known as Bottle Brush are our favorite seedlings for live fences. They belong to the Myrtle family. They grow aggressively thus providing beautiful live fences which also act as wind breakers. They also reduce dust from nearby roads. Bottle brush trees are resilient and survive long dry periods Our seeds are sourced from the Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) which give our seedlings an edge over the rest

Casuarina Equesetifolia (Whistling Pine)

The Casuarina Equesetifolia commonly known as Whistling Pine or Whirling Pine is an amazing wind breaker. We recommend them for the windward side of your compound where they produce beautiful 'whistling sounds' when there is wind. They create unmatched ambiance when skillfully arranged around your compound. They are fast growers and can easily reach heights of 2 metres in just a year. Our seeds are sourced from the Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) which give our seedlings an edge over the rest

Cypressus Lusitanica (Cypress)

The Cypressus Lusitanica commonly known as Cypress are the most popular trees for timber production in Kenya. They grow well at altitudes of between 1,200 - 2,900 metres with high rainfall and produce quality timber for furniture and construction. Our seeds are sourced from the Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) which give our seedlings an edge over the rest.


Coriander is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. It is also known as Chinese parsley, dhania or cilantro. All parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are the parts most traditionally used in cooking

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.

Grevillea Robusta

Grevillea Robusta commonly known as Grevillea are highly resistant to droughts once established. It is popularly grown on land boundaries in a single row at appropriate spacing. At maturity, they attain heights of between 10 - 15m. They provide a sustainable source of firewood especially by pruning their branches on a regular basis and fencing poles. They also provide timber for furniture, packing cases and bee hives. Their leaves are a good source of soil mulch.

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.


Managu is a leafy green vegetable common throughout Kenya and nearby countries. The leaves are usually cooked with other vegetables. Although originally quite bitter, the flavor can be improved by letting it rest several days after cooking or by adding fermented milk.