Livestock Production Officer I - 6 Posts

West PokotKE



3 months ago02/07/202403/08/2024

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Duties and Responsibilities

 Reporting to the Sub County Livestock Production Officer the duties and responsibilities will entail;-

  •  Preparing livestock technical information
  •  Providing technical advice in animal production, livestock marketing, range management, apiculture, and ranching; promoting economic livestock farming
  •  Participating in organizing extension activities which include field days, agricultural shows, field demonstrations, farmer field schools and farm visits
  •  Participating in collaborative research activities
  •  Disseminating livestock production technologies such as construction of livestock housing and structures, milk production, pasture and fodder production and conservation, farm planning, gross margin analysis, on-farm feed formulation
  •  Implementing livestock production programmes/projects in such areas as dairy cattle farming, beef cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, Poultry, rabbits, camels, donkeys breeding programmes, fodder Production and conservation, value addition to livestock Products, apiculture, emerging livestock and other animal Husbandry interventions
  •  Capturing, maintaining and storing livestock data.

Requirements for Appointment

  •  Bachelor’s degree in any of the following disciplines: - Animal Science, Animal Production, Livestock Production or Dairy Technology from a recognized Institution;
  •  Certificate in computer applications.
  •  Terms of Service: Permanent and Pensionable.

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West Pokot County

West Pokot County

West Pokot County is one of the 14 Counties in the Rift Valley region. It is situated in the North Rift along Kenya’s Western boundary with Uganda border. It borders Turkana County to the North and No...