The main economic activity in Nyandarua County is crop and dairy farming.However a middle_aged man Peter Kahuthia is considered the odd one out for practicing rearing of horses.Kahuthia reveals that he started this farming twelve years ago while in Britain.This is where he learnt the techniques and practices required for effective horse keeping.In addition he was trained on the skills of horse racing.He usually directs and guides the horse games trainees in his area, on the procedure followed.Moreover the farmer claims that for efficiency in horse rearing the type of breed selected is a factor to consider.The work explored by this man attracts many people including the high school agriculture students and the researchers.This farmer also mentors the youth and offers extensional knowledge to individuals willing to start horse keeping. https://youtu.be/TfWDfYDAfCw .However the buildings for practicing this type of farming are constructed in a way that the warmth and proper drainage is maintained.
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