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A 70-year-old determined, and ambitious woman named Edida. From Kikatiti Arusha had been running a small poultry farm for several years, but despite her hard work, she faced numerous challenges that hindered the growth of her business. Frustrated but not defeated, she decided it was time for a change.

One day, Emma learned about an intensive poultry training program being offered at Silverlands PTC. Eager to enhance her skills and revitalize her farm, she made the bold decision to enroll in the program. The training covered a wide range of topics, from modern farming techniques and disease prevention to efficient chicken house design and sustainable practices.

Throughout the training, Edida absorbed knowledge like a sponge. The experienced instructors, hands-on activities, and interactions with fellow poultry farmers fueled her passion and determination to transform her struggling farm into a model of success.

As she listened to the instructor discussing the benefits of optimized space, proper ventilation, and easy maintenance, she realized that her current chicken houses were outdated and inefficient. Inspired by the new knowledge she had gained, she made a courageous decision – she would demolish her existing chicken houses and rebuild them from the ground up.

We believe that her commitment to creating a healthier environment for her chickens will result in increased productivity and a noticeable improvement in the quality of her poultry products.

She is truly inspiring other farmers to consider similar changes, not only for her courage in demolishing the old to make way for the new but also for her willingness to share knowledge and encourage others to embrace innovation.

Emma's story serves as a powerful reminder that continuous learning and a willingness to adapt are essential ingredients for success in any endeavor. Her journey from attending poultry training to demolishing and rebuilding her chicken houses stands as a testament to the transformative power of education and the indomitable spirit of t



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