Ichuga wetmill is part of Kiama Farmers’ Cooperative Society Limited (FCS), one of a few washing stations or “factories” that form the coop group based in the heartland of Kukuyu territory, Nyeri. The mill processes an average of 270,000kg of coffee cherries per year sourced from over 700 farmers. The total farmed area is 549 acres with individual trees yielding between 5 & 10kg of cherries per season, though drought during the 2016/17 crop led to much lower yields than usual in many of the coffee producing regions of Kenya.
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