Heirs’ urge to sell is ruining old, wealthy Kenyan families

We drove through what used to be vast coffee plantations. He would tell me, “Look at that. It used to belong to so and so. He is now dead.”
Rich large-scale farmers are becoming some sort of endangered species, just when the population is increasing and creating greater demand for food.
I have watched animals kick their offspring away from them to teach them how to survive.

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