Where to buy Dairy Goats in Kenya in 2023

Now, rearing dairy goats is one of the most lucrative ventures for both small and large scale farmers though the business has not yet been seriously adopted locally.

In fact, goat milk price in Kenya is currently retailing at an average of Ksh 200 (compare that with the Kshs.30.00 –average- daily farmers earn from a liter of milk).

Most importantly, research shows that at the moment, you cannot exhaust the demand for goat milk in Kenya.

If you are considering this business, this article will point out where to buy dairy goats in Kenya-each dairy goat can sell from Kshs. 10,000 to Kshs. 30,000

So, let’s get started:


Where to buy Dairy Goats in Kenya

The following are the most popular farms where you can acquire the best dairy goat breeds for commercial purposes (commercial breeding or for your goat milk shop business)..

KALRO (Kenya Agriculture and Livestock Rearing Organization)

KALRO dairy goats do well in many places across the country.

In fact, the organization – run by the ministry of agriculture- has been rated among the best in breeding both sheep and goat so you are guaranteed of best performing breeds.

In a nutshell, KALRO is a very reliable dairy goat supplier in Kenya and one of the best out there.

KALRO contacts

Office Location: Kaptagat road, Loresho, Nairobi

Telephone: +254 722 206 986/ 0722 206 988/ +254 733 333 223

Email: KALROCSAPP@Kalro.org

Website: https://www.kalro.org/

NaivaFresh Goat Dairies

NaivaFresh is a dairy goat farm in Naivasha, Nakuru county.

It is a well-run farm that it is widely considered one of the best when it comes to the production and breeding of quality dairy goats in the region.

The farm specializes purely in dairy goats which gives them an edge over their ‘jack of all trades’ competitors who usually mix cattle and goats on one farm.

Most of all, the farm is into modern dairy goat farming methods so they sell high yielding and resilient goat breeds.

So they are worth a shot (and if you are in the Rift Valley, perhaps they could be your nearest dairy goat center).

NaivaFresh Goat Dairies contacts

Location: Gituamba, Naivasha East

Phone: 0112 327669

The farm usually opens at 8 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m.

Wambugu Farm Dairy Goats

Wambugu farm is a renowned agriculture and livestock training center in Nyeri County.

And because dairy goat keeping is one of their main businesses, they can be an excellent option especially for those in the Mt Kenya region.

The good thing about the farm is that they have in-house professional and knowledgeable dairy goat masters who are willing to comprehensively train you on dairy goat rearing (from the selection of goat breeds, housing, feeding, and all the way to professional breeding).

That being so, they are really a wonderful option for beginners.

Wambugu Farm Dairy Goats contacts

Location: Wambugu Farm, Nyeri-Nairobi road, Nyeri.

Phone: 0720 789 802

Kibidav Farm

Kibidav is a popular casual farm that specializes in the production, buying, and processing of goat milk.

You can also access hybrid dairy goats for sale in Kiambu from them (Toggs breed).

In short, we encourage you to reach out to them if you will be rearing your goats in Kiambu, Thika, and the wider Nairobi region (remember Toggs thrive in cold areas).

Kibidav Farm contacts

Location: Getathururu road, Lower Kabete, Kiambu

Telephone: +254 739 666 707
Email: info@toggskenya.com



If you are searching for where to buy dairy goats in Kenya while in Nakuru, NDG would be another dairy goat supplier worth considering in the region.

Reviews from past recent customers of the farm have affirmed that the farm has well managed goats and is run very professionally.

And the best thing is that you can access a wide variety of dairy goat breeds from the farm (Toggenburg, Alpine, Gala, and even Saanen – considered one of the most productive goat breeds in Kenya)

To get in touch, use phone number 0700 110661 or 0736 025 235


Mkulima Young

Now, if you are tech savvy,  you can find great offers on Mkulima Young -an online trading platform for Kenyan farmers that lists everything including dairy goats for farming.

Needless to say, since it is an online selling center, you can pay via MPESA and have your animals delivered right to your location ASAP.

As with all online platforms, don’t forget to perform due diligence on the sellers before placing your order.

Visit www.mkulimayoung.com to view the current offers on dairy goats.

You can also call 0710 848 002 if you want to be assisted to place your order.


Mwihoko is an exceptional dairy goat farm that specializes in German Alpine breed with Robert Macharia as the brains behind its success.

The farm is situated on a 40×60 feet plot at Mwihoko in Kiambu and has been earning raving reviews from farmers  thanks to how this urban dairy goat farmer practices the trade.

Robern equips clients willing to venture in the ruminants with all the basics required to get started and succeed in dairy goat keeping in urban areas.

From just two goats when he started back in 2011, Robert has grown his flock to over 35 dairy goats currently so he must have a secret or two up his sleeves.

To reach the farm, you can call 0721 713887 for directions.


Price of dairy goats in Kenya

Below are the current market prices for the most productive dairy goats in Kenya (I sourced them from the different dairy goat farms I have mentioned above)

  • 2-6 months old dairy goat – Kshs 5,000 to 15,000
  • 6-10 months old dairy goat -Kshs 8,000 to 20,000
  • Dairy goat around 12 months old – Kshs 10,000 to 25,000
  • Dairy goat 14 months or so old- Kshs 15,000 to 30,000
  • A dairy goat in its 1st lactation -Kshs 20,000 to 40,000
  • A dairy goat in its 2nd lactation – Kshs 25,000 to 45,000
  • A dairy goat in its 3rd lactation – Ksh 30,000 to 50,000

Final Thoughts

From statistics, one quality dairy goat is more productive than over 3 cows.

Furthermore, goats’ milk prices don’t fluctuate as much as dairy milk so the income is fairly consistent.

Thus, rearing dairy goats can be rewarding if done properly.

Quick Tip: You can attend seminars organized by DGAK (Dairy Goats Association of Kenya) in Nyeri to increase your knowledge on rearing the ruminants.

All the best!



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