Djavid was born in 1980 in Salyan region, Gardili village. He is single. He has been in this business for 3 years. He wants to improve his cattle breeding and get good income from it. At the beginning of his business he bought 2 calves to raise for slaughter. Then he decided to raise cows as well.
Now he is applying for a loan of $950 to buy a pregnant cow to increase the number of his cows.
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