- A female chicken farmer from Limpopo shared snaps of her growing chicken farming business and peeps have praised her
- Broiler farmer Rakoma posted several snaps of her chickens eating; bags of chicken feed and also of the farmland she works on in Polokwane
- South Africans were extremely impressed with the business savvy, discipline and determination the young woman displayed
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A chicken farmer from the Polokwane in Limpopo has shared pics of her growing business on Twitter and peeps have praised her for making her dreams come true.
Broiler farmer and Agricultural Economics graduate Maphate Rakoma went onto social media to share snaps of how much her venture has grown since it turned one last year.
@maphate_rosina also wrote about her business on her Twitter account last May; the first anniversary of her business.
The latest snaps show whole packaged chickens in crates; several bags of chicken feed and there is also a photograph of chickens grazing at mealtime. She captioned the photos:
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"My passion, my life."
Social media users applauded the hardworking lady on her drive to succeed.
“As we push to build for the clients you always share the same link. Let's work together.”
“Go and shine black excellence.”
“Congratulations party popper.”
“Hi. Your chickens are so nice and clean. What do you use as chicken bedding?”
“Thank you. I use pine shaving and turn it everyday.”
“Where are you based?”
“Weren't these the same chickens that were swimming in a storm a few weeks ago?”
“Keep it up, girl.”
@THULA N wrote:
Feeding the nation: Chicken farmer shows off her flock, Mzansi feeling inspired I
In a relating article about chicken farmers, Briefly News wrote about another farmer who inspired South Africans after sharing pictures of her flock.
The amazing lady has more than 3000 chickens to her name and sells her produce to a few retailers in the GaSekhukhune area.
Heading online, the farmer @Manakedi7 shared these inspirational words:
"Feeding the nation, let's keep on pushing, farmers."
Source: Briefly News