- The news that a local female farmer recently scored a big chicken delivery contract was shared online
- The post explains that the young lady's farm will now supply 1 000 chickens a week to a local butchery
- Many locals were super happy for the young lady and soon headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
A young farmer is making big money moves in South Africa and locals are all for it. The young lady, @malele_keletso, just scored a big contract to supply a local butchery with a whopping 1 000 chickens every week.
Heading online, a proudly South African Twitter user with the handle @DjNewAfrica shared the news as well as two photos; one of the beautiful and ambitious young farmer as well as one of the contract that she signed.
"Congrats to @malele_keletso for receiving a contract with Rootz [sic] Butchery to supply them with 1 000 chickens every week," @DjNewAfrica captioned the photos.
Locals were very overjoyed to hear the news. Many of them headed to the comment section to share congratulatory messages with the young and successful female farmer. Read some of them below:
"As a young poultry farmer, I am inspired... power to you."
"This is the type of news we need to see more often on the timeline, positive stuff."
"This is beautiful. Your impact on these streets will never go unnoticed!"
"Praise the Lord and ur Gods."
"Congratulations, keep working harder."
"This is a big move! Wow! Congratulations my sister."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that 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. Aside from revealing her excellence, it also offered free advice to those with ambitions of entering the sector of agriculture.
"1 000 chickens, they are 5 weeks old today, not even one died, on the other side we have spinach and cabbages... Lord bless my work... Patience really pays... Anyone feel free for advice, it's not too late to start your own business... #YouthInAgriculture," she captioned her post.
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