- A lady with the Twitter handle @bree_chiku has made farmers proud as she used her plantation to show how good farming is
- Taking to the bird app, the lady said becoming a farmer was the best decision of 2020 that positively changed her life
- While many offered her pieces of advice on how to become better, others showed the best way she could sell her crops
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A young beautiful lady has toed the path that many feared as she showcased her big farmland on Twitter to the admiration of many.
The lady said that going into agriculture was the best decision she made in 2020. The female farmer asked tweeps to connect her to customers.
Also known as Mama_Organics, the lady posted four pictures that showed the expanse of her farm, telling people she supplies farm produce in bulk.
Many people praised her business sense on Twitter, telling her she made the best decision on looking for ways to make money.
See her post below:
Below are some of the reactions:
"Go to any institution like hospitals, Shoprite, jails or anything like schools and sell your products. The govt supposed to purchase those food from u give it elders or grant recepients. Grant recipients must enlist their names if interested n councillor sign sassa. Govt office."
"Get market first then farm. Thank me later. Learnt this the hard way."
"Some traders want to see the product first. You can start on small scale to introduce yourself to the market with the product and start building your network of potential buyers, then increase your production as demand grows."
"Great work. Push on the marketing side, the key is always to farm with a market available to take up product especially if your volumes are getting bigger. You will sell at a gd price, takes away desperation, no over-ripe products, better shelf life & yu will not throw away food."
"I don't know how far away Nigeria is but so angry that there is no way to get your product to Abuja or Lagos within a week. We have population and markets which can absorb this. How much would transport cost be?"
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Emmanuel Nworie turned to petty farming as a way to eke out a living despite graduating with a first-class in mathematics with a CGPA of 4.92/5.00 from the University of Nigerian, Nsukka (UNN).
The UNN 27-year-old brilliant graduate lost his dad to diabetes and hypertension when he was still in secondary school, a situation that made life very difficult for him.
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