The government on Monday began registering more than 2.5 million maize farmers countrywide.
In April, Deputy President William directed the Agriculture and ICT ministries to list farmers to lock out cartels and brokers.
Farmers are demanding their dues from the National Cereals and Produce Board, which has been hit by a Sh1.9 billion scandal.
Maize growers can pick registration forms from NCPB depots. They are to state all their deliveries and the depots.
“Each claim form must be duly certified by the claimant’s chief and county-subcounty agriculture officer,” reads part of the statement.
Farmers are also to report to the nearest NCPB depot with their original documents and three copies of their national ID cards, PIN certificate, passport photos (authorised by their chiefs).
Other documents include weighbridge tickets, original delivery note and confirmation of any payments made.