Young female farmer gushes over her hustle: "Lord bless my work"

Young female farmer gushes over her hustle: "Lord bless my work"

- A young female farmer is making an impact in the farming industry

- After a short period, she's already amassed 1000 chickens and some impressive vegetable patches

- She displayed impressive humility and offered free advice to those wanting to start their own business

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The sector of farming is still deemed to be a man's world, but more and more women are entering the fray.

A talented young lady is making her mark with her farming business and she took to social media to inspire others.

Farmer girl (@malele_keletso) shared a tweet on Tuesday, which showcased her 1 000 chickens and her vegetable patches.

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Aside from revealing her excellence, it also offered free advice to those with ambitions of entering the sector of agriculture.

Briefly.co.za noted that her tweet started trending and many heaped praise on her.

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Briefly.co.za noted that many positive comments were shared, but numerous tweeps asked Keletso for advice.

Thami (@mza_m7) said,

"This is what should at least 80% of the youth do. Keep up the good work."

Mothibi Bonokwane (@MothibiBonokwa3) added,

"I love your work and commitment, you are a gem, keep up the good work Queen."

Madara Uchiha (@nrockzilla) said,

"Wow awesome. I definitely need some lessons and mentoring."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that one man, who was only identified as @ydb_ZN, managed showed off his hustle on Twitter and it gathered thousands of reactions.

On Saturday, @ydb_ZN, who owns Khondlo Poultry Farm, shared photos of his business and he gave other social media users some advice.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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