Poultry Farmer Plays Chicken Run With Her Stock, Mzansi in Stiches

Poultry Farmer Plays Chicken Run With Her Stock, Mzansi in Stiches

  • A young lady named Mpilo Dlamini, who owns a chicken farm, was exposed on TikTok for being scared of her stock
  • The lady tried to catch one of the chickens but succumbed to fear and winced at every encounter
  • The farmer accepted defeat after every chicken escaped her grip one by one and peeps are having great laughs and making jokes in the comments section

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A poultry farmer chickened out after she failed to capture her prey.

Poultry farmer scared of stock
A poultry farmer was defeated by her fear of her stock as she played chicken run. Image: @mpilow_dlamini
Source: TikTok

The young farmer winced and jumped at every encounter with her stock, yelling and screaming, which floored the internet.

It's a hilarious chicken chase

A second party filmed the funny scene, which Mpilo Dlamini shared under her TikTok handle @mpilow_dlamini, captioned:

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“POV: You run a business but you’re afraid of your stock.”

After posting the witty video, Mpilo asked netizens to “send help”.

Watch Mpilo’s video below:

Smart business move

It is very refreshing to see women try all sorts of businesses to sustain themselves and provide for their families. Mpilo might have chosen a great small business since poultry is very widely consumed.

The TikTokker opened a portal for a conversation centred around chickens, where many discussed the business, their fear of chickens, memories, and other inquiries.

@Thembeka M shared a vivid memory of helping her chicken farmer aunt:

“Back in 2019, my aunt went to town and I got three customers before she came back. One man sat in his car and asked for three chickens. You will get used to it.”

@Inspiring Stories took the matter more strongly and commented:

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“This is the true definition of do not let fear stand in the way of your dreams. I love this.”

@MaNfene shared that she, too, wanted to get into the poultry business:

“Always wanted to follow this business but I am afraid of chickens.”

@Welly Dliwayo thinks it is excellent that Mpilo is afraid of her stock:

“That’s good, you will not eat stock.”

@Fortune Lelaka offers advice on how to get the chickens to the customer:

“I would ask the clients to come in and take the chickens for themselves.”

Women in farming

Briefly News is all about women empowerment and reported a story of a young woman, Kamvelihle Mpayipeli, in Keiskammahoek, Eastern Cape, enjoying her various business endeavours, including running a chicken farm.

She shared her story on the Agriculture and Young Facebook page and advised young people to start with what they have. The young woman told Briefly News that she runs a poultry business called Silumko Poultry Farm, which she began in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Chuma Nontsele (Editor) Chuma Nontsele is a human interest journalist for Briefly News. Nontsele holds a diploma in journalism and started her career working at Daily Maverick as a news reporter. Later, she ventured into lifestyle. You can reach her at: chuma.nontsele@briefly.co.za

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