DigiCow Africa (http://bit.ly/40eDyXj) is a Kenyan company registered in 2014, with operations beginning in 2016. Its core business is the development of mobile phone technologies for the agricultural sector to enable the agricultural value chain to increase productivity and profitability through data-driven decisions.
In April 2019, DigiCow won the Disruptive Agricultural Technologies challenge organized by the World Bank, emerging as the most innovative agritech in Kenya.
DigiCow is helping small-scale African dairy operations increase productivity with technology that provides free access to livestock management experts and links farmers to skilled and qualified veterinarians, artificial insemination providers and feed supply services—all from their mobile phones.
“I grew up watching my mom struggle to get our cows to produce enough milk, and I’ve spent 15 years working with small-scale dairy farmers, so I know the challenges farmers face,”
said Peninah Wanja, co-founder of Nairobi-based DigiCow.
“That’s why it’s been so exciting to see 60,000 farmers—many of them women—now using our DigiCow apps to become more profitable and productive”
Farmingtech Solutions Ltd is a Kenyan company registered in 2014; with operations beginning in 2016. Their core business is development of mobile phone technologies for the agricultural sector to enable the agricultural value chain increase productivity and profitability through data driven decisions.