Entrepreneurial Nonny Wright is one of Africa’s youngest dairy farmers

Entrepreneurial Nonny Wright is one of Africa’s youngest dairy farmers

- Nonny Wright is a young dairy farmer from Botswana

- She owns Sereledi Farm and Sereledi Processing Shop

- Her business produces fresh milk and drinking yoghurt

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Nonny P Wright, a young dairy farmer in Botswana, is proving to be an inspiration to many social media users in Southern Africa.

A Twitter influencer, Sure Kamhunga, shared a photo of Nonny with Botswana's Minister of Investment, Trade and Industry, Bogolo Kenewendo.

Kenewendo was on a visit to Wright's Sereledi Farm and Sereledi Processing Shop, Briefly.co.za gathered. The visit was part of Kenewendo's drive to support small enterprises.

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Wright's business produces and processes fresh milk and drinking yoghurt for sale across Botswana. She is also a member of Botswana's Dairy Board.

Her social media posts reveal her passion for farming. In one Instagram video, she is seen explaining the value of feeding cows fresh fodder.

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A recent Twitter post also shows her posing with young heifers at her farm. She even named one of them "Attraction."

Kamhunga's tweet about Wright inspired many tweeps, racking up over 140 likes. Some said with such young farmers, Africa is in safe hands.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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