InCIP | Indigenous Chicken Improvement Programme.
Working to improve the livelihoods and food security among the resource poor households in Sub Saharan Africa
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Principal Investigator's Desk

Principal Investigator's Desk

It is with great joy and feeling of accomplishment as we look at what we have achieved so far. This…

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Genetic Resistance of IC to Common Diseases

Genetic Resistance of IC to Common Diseases

One of the constraints limiting increased chicken production is poor health. Newcastle disease (ND) is regarded as the principal factor…

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InCIP Disseminates IC Technologies to Farmers

InCIP Disseminates IC Technologies to Farmers

Part of InCIP activities is to disseminate information and technologies to target beneficiaries (farmers) through trainings to enable them improve…

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InCIP Join Hands with Nyama World

InCIP Join Hands with Nyama World

Mr. Hussein Jakhura, the Chief Executive Officer of Nyama World Ltd, one of the leading retail meat processors and traders…

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Livestock Feeds Production at Egerton University

Livestock Feeds Production at Egerton University

Njoro women’s group in Nakuru County has been rearing poultry for commercial purposes for the past five years. Currently, on…

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Evaluation of Growth Performance of the “Kuchi” Ecotype

Evaluation of Growth Performance of the “Kuchi” Ecotype

Kuchi is one of the Kenyan IC ecotypes mainly found in Lamu County and the neighboring coastal regions where it…

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Evaluation of IC Meat and Egg Composition Quality

Evaluation of IC Meat and Egg Composition Quality

Indigenous Chicken products are generally perceived to be more preferred by the consumers due to several desirable characteristics. However, continuous…

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