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The business of hot, clean water

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For many small scale farmers in western Kenya milk production is central part of life and the household economy. Diane in Bungoma describes:

“Community tells us diary farmers to boil water and wash the udder before milking. Solvatten is useful for this reason. I store the hot, clean water over night in a thermos so I can use it in the morning. It is practical. I save a lot of time and fuel wood and it makes the milk last longer”.

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