'Farm Girl' takes over man's world: Mzansi inspired by her hard work

'Farm Girl' takes over man's world: Mzansi inspired by her hard work

- A woman calling herself 'Farm Girl' proudly shared a picture showing off her hard work on a farm

- She said nothing can stop women from becoming farmers too as farming is not only for men

- Farm Girl is slaying and taking over the man's world with pride and she's hands-on in taking care of animals on the farm while at it

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A woman who calls herself 'Farm Girl' has inspired Mzansi with her hard work on a farm. This woman is not afraid of graft and slays in a man's world. She shared a photos of herself showing off her efforts on Facebook,

Mzansi reacted with pride and admiration for Farm Girl. She earned Mzansi's respect. It's seemed like there is no such thing as just 'a man's job' when it comes to this woman.

She does it all, from taking care of the animals on the farm to doing every other daily work. While many thought working with tractor only suitable for men, Farm Girl proved everyone wrong.

She shared a powerful and inspirational massage on the picture. She wrote:

"I never gave or took any excuses... I accepted opportunity."

She also challenged women into making their mark in a man's world where she popped a question:

"Who said that women couldn't be farmers too? "

Her efforts prove to everybody that there's nothing a woman cannot do if she sets her heart to it. In previous social media posts, she highlighted the fact that just because she is a girl, it didn't mean she is like the rest.

Her hard work is admirable and Mzansi loved seeing women stepping out of their comfort zones and doing something different. Mzansi reacted with love and pride:

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"No begging bowl here, just honest hard work earning a living off the sweat of her brow. All respect to her for setting an example to mankind." - Hennie Combrink

John Cole also expressed his admiration and wrote:

"Wow, respect to her... that's the old fashioned grit which built our country... far better than the whining self entitled culture seen now. Inspirational."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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