We Are Rich Farm Tanzania

the qualified Organic Farm

Rich Farm Tanzania continue to become very popular among Tanzanian consumers. This is because this variety of oranges is a lot sweeter than the large ordinary oranges, juicier and their orange flavor is very sharp. Actually, if you cut a pixie orange in one room, its refreshing smell will be calling someone from the next room. Farmers have realized the huge opportunity arising from the demand and are making efforts to fill the gap. However, the few pixie orange farming activities in Tanzania are far from meeting the growing demand within the country and even abroad.

Custom Support

We provide all the assistance you need for your successful business

High Quality

We are very careful about our quality. And we try to maintain it

100% High Performance

We supply 100% high quality and high yield seedlings.

Welcome to Richfarmtanzania

healthy & quality standard farm

Rich Farm Tanzania was born out of the experience of Rich Farm Kenya.

We work both from superior quality seeds but also with grafting to produce resilient plants and at the same time with a higher yield in terms of quality and quantity than the standard, in this way we are also able to make available plants and varieties that are not naturally available in Tanzania. In addition, grafted seedlings ripen faster. For example, grafted pixie oranges ripen after 2 or 3 years, depending on how they are cared for. In the beginning, each tree will bear a few fruits, about 30-50 fruits. Production increases from year to year as the branches enlarge. The maximum production is reached in the 4th or 5th year, when each pixie orange tree can bear up to 300 fruits, about 60 kg per tree.

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About Us

hygienic Farm & Expert Farmer

Rich Farm Tanzania was born out of a very difficult start in the agribusiness sector by a young and international team (Tanzania, Kenya and Italy) who believed that there were great opportunities in the sector for those brave enough to seize them. But being young, uninformed and severely financially incapable, every single challenge was a huge hurdle for us: tricked into renting the land for a much higher price than the actual cost, tricked into buying overgrown seedlings, lost 6 acres of crop to cows and zebras despite being assured of safety, ended up in the hands of ruthless buyers… we faced it all.

But, as they say today, we faced all these challenges on behalf of our beloved farmers. In fact, every single product we developed is based on the lessons we learnt through those challenges.

The Farm

Investing more for a healthier future

We are selling quality food

We do this through a wide array of products ranging from consultancy services (Farm planning, agronomic support and farm management), provision of high quality seeds and seedlings (both fruit tree and vegetable seeds and seedlings) to marketing solutions (Richfarm distribution channels, direct links to buyers and contract farming)

Our Gallery

Here are some of the images of our farm

Hass avocado
Hass avocado farming in Kenya: Cultivation of this much loved variety of avocado has been boosted by the opening of new export market in Europe and China. The grafted trees take only 2 years to start yielding fruits. By the 5th year, each tree gives approximately 500 pieces currently selling as not less than 10 bob each. An acre carries about 150 trees. Photo: Nation Media.
Red Royale pawpaw
Red Royale pawpaw farm in Kilifi, Takaungu area: Pawpaw farming in Kenya is lucrative since the production if far below the supply. Initially, pawpaw farming was a business for the Meru area but is now successful in many other areas including Kilifi, Kwale, Machakos, Makueni, Kitui, Kajiado, Bungoma and Homa bay. In all these areas, Solo sunrise variety is the best although new varieties such as this red royale and calina IPB9 are also penetrating the market.
Macadamia Farming
The price of a kilo of macadamia hit an high of Ksh220 in 2019. The prices are on an upward trend as the over 30 processing companies scramble for the little produce coming from the small scale farms. Commercial farming of macadamia in Kenya is now taking shape thanks to this ready market and growing appetite for the Kenyan nuts in the world market.
Kiwi fruit farming
This was initially considered undoable in Kenya because of the tropical climate which does not have real winters. However, there has been a successful production of juicy Kiwi fruits in the Philippines where the climate is typically the same as that of Kenya. Richfarm Kenya is on the forefront with research on the best varieties of Kiwi fruit for farming in Kenya.
FHIA 17 Tissue Culture Banana
Banana farming in Kirinyaga, Kenya: If you want a super-size banana bunch, then go for the FHIA 17 Tissue Culture Banana seedlings. This variety hold the record for producing the heaviest ever bunch at a whooping 120kg. The bunch was standing tall at almost 2 meters high. It is only rivaled when it comes to quality as grand nain banana is the best in that aspect.

How We Work

3 Steps to get our Seedings


Choose Product

Choose from the available products or, if you can’t find them, send us a message so we can accommodate you.


Visit us

Come and see in our nursery farm all the seedlings and also the exhibition of adult plants



We put all our advanced knowledge from many years of experience at your disposal so that your plant will grow prosperously. Your success is our success!

Farmer's Resources

At Rich Farm Tanzania, we are always happy to extend a helping hand to farmers starting out and those seeking to improve their production. We hope these guides help you to achieve that. We would like your feedback on how to improve them to give you more value. Kindly use the form on the right to send us your feedback.


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