By John Matava
Unemployment and idly waiting for graduation led David Maina, a student at Kenya School of Revenue Administration (KESRA) to get into rabbit farming in January this year a venture that is now earning him Sh45,000 per month. “At my farm I exclusively rear the New Zealand rabbit variety that I sell at Sh3,000 for an adult,” says David.Aside from selling adults, he also sells a kilo of rabbit meat at Sh600.
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