The sub-sector of agricultural extension service in Kenya plays a significant role despite that it has been shaken and shaped by global events. The agricultural extension in Kenya is viewed as a one-man show where the government plays both education, marketing and agricultural field roles while the private sector is concentrated on the large-scale farmers and on demand-driven principle. This book examines the overall up-dated theories of extensions system, the current status of Kenyan agricultural system and answer question of why the pluralistic or mixed agricultural extension system is highly needed in Kenya. The book also gives recommendations that will enlighten the policymakers on how to push forward the reforms already begun in the past years. It is envisaged that the issues dealt with in this book, will find a fertile ground of appreciation from policy makers, academicians, researchers, non-governmental organizations, postgraduate and undergraduate students. The general reader can also find this book useful.