Social- economics influence on indigenous poultry production project in Kenya. A case of Machakos indigenous poultry.
Purpose: The purpose of the study was to analyze the Social - economics influence on project implementation by determining factors that influence indigenous poultry production. The study would then give recommendations to the relevant authorities and the indigenous poultry keepers to address tho se factors aimed at increasing i ndigenous poultry production . Findings: The study showed that land size which was on average 1.1 had a significant influence on indigenous poultry production with a Wald of 37.017and level of significance of less than 0.05 whereas the factors like gender issues, farm income and land tenure had a Wald of less than 1.0 and level of significance of more than 0.05 meaning they did not affect indigenous poultry significantly according to multivaria te analysis with a confidence level of 95%. Recommendation: The future study on why majority of indigenous poultry are reared by women should be done