By VICTOR RABALLAMore by this AuthorRepresentatives of farmers and millers have agreed on key proposals in the sugar regulations, drawing the industry closer to adopting a new policy that could end perennial cane poaching wars. Mr Oparanya noted that the move will be beneficial to both the farmers and the millers who will be segmented into five major regions. Upper western region - which involves farmers from Kakamega, Trans Nzoia and Bungoma counties - will deliver their cane to Nzoia, Butali and West Kenya sugar companies. On the other hand, those from lower western will take their cane to Mumias, Ole-Pito and Busia sugar companies. The agreement reached by the 13 licensed millers and farmers’ representatives also indicated that millers must engage in contractual model.
Source: Daily Nation October 11, 2018 21:56 UTC