KENYA, Kenya — It is not easy to find a well-known Kenyan farmer who doesn’t sell organic produce.
The farmer in question, Elias, has been selling his produce for nearly a decade, but his company, Elias Organic, is currently struggling to find enough organic milk for his cows.
Elias says his cows are suffering from malnutrition.
“They are suffering for lack of milk and we are doing everything to get the milk from them, but it is not working,” he said.
He has also been unable to sell organic milk products at the grocery store.
For the past two years, Elias has been growing organic milk, as it is cheaper than regular milk.
But the company has been forced to switch to cheaper organic milk due to a shortage.
After many months of negotiations, Elias finally made the switch to organic milk.
He is hopeful that it will help his cows, but he is unsure whether his switch will work.
A lack of food and milk is a common problem in Kenya, according to the World Food Program (WFP).
According to the WFP, a total of 2.8 million people in Kenya live in extreme poverty, and half of them are undernourished.
Eliminating the need for food and dairy products can help alleviate the crisis.
Many people rely on food aid and other resources to feed their families.
When Elias organic dairy products are purchased by the consumer, they are delivered by a delivery company that is not registered with the Kenyan government, and it is difficult for the customer to track the product’s source.
The milk is shipped to the farmers house in a cart, which means it is often not immediately available to consumers, according the WTF.
However, Elias said he is hopeful for the switch.
It will enable him to be able to get more organic milk from his cows without having to pay extra for a transport truck.
Since 2014, Elmas organic milk has been exported to over 20 countries, including the United States, Canada, Japan, and South Africa.
Elias organic milk is made from soybean and millet, which are both grown in Kenya.
Kenya imports about one-third of its soybeans from China, where farmers use a technique called a biogas plant.
Biogas plants are usually used to produce electricity, and are used in Kenya to generate electricity for the country.
Some people have questioned the sustainability of the use of biogash.
The WFP said that there was a risk that the biogastes could be harmful to the environment.
According to a 2016 WFP report, Kenya has the highest incidence of diarrhea among sub-Saharan African countries.
The WHO has stated that the disease has been linked to the consumption of food produced with biogase, a substance that is highly toxic to humans.
According the WFPA, Kenyan farmers produce more than 80 percent of the world’s organic milk; the rest comes from countries in Central and Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Nigeria.