Saik’s Agri-Treks: Kenya, Ep. 1: Welcome here, don’t mind our burned out airport

If ever you’ve wanted to tour the wilds of Africa but haven’t had the chance, is pleased to bring you Rob Saik’s latest set of agri-touring videos — Saik’s Agri-Treks. Saik is the founder and CEO of the Agri-Trend group of companies and spends a portion of each year visiting far-off and not-so-far-off lands and learning about how agriculture happens there.

In this first video in a series of Saik’s tour of Kenya, we get the lay of the land from a burned out airport upon arrival, to an amazing elephant parade, to a gigantic ostrich and the most adorable ear-twitching hippos you’ve ever seen. You’ll get just a glimpse of some of the infrastructure challenges, work that’s being done with water and livestock and more. Stay tuned, as there are at least two other videos in this series.

See more: Click here to see past episodes of Saik’s Agri-Treks, including Mexico, Germany and Arizona.

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