Rangeland & Pastoralist Show


A fun annual event that celebrates livestock, diversity of culture, and the surrounding community. The Rangeland and Pastoralist Show strengthens rural and pastoralist communities through opening minds to the possibilities of improved rangeland management, livestock husbandry, and conservation agriculture. 

The Rangeland and Pastoralist Show at Mugie Conservancy is usually attended by approximately 600 people, from communities in Samburu, Baringo and Laikipia counties.The initiative was started with the aim of sharing new techniques in animal husbandry and rangeland management with pastoralist communities. Through education, incentive initiatives, veterinary care, and technological advancement cattle farmers will have a greater chance of reaching new markets and becoming valid competitors in the beef industry. The event brings together people from various tribes and cultures, embracing a sense of unity and progression by crossing boundaries and through common goals forming relationships and preventing future conflict.


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