MARIA ROSMERY A. A., 39, is married and has 4 children. Her husband works as a farm laborer in Santa Cruz, which is a different department.
She inherited her land, on which she has a dairy farm composed of 14 cows, from her parents; production is good. She has had it for 20 years and it has grown considerably.
She will use the funds to buy soy, which is scarse this time of year. She would like her business to grow a bit more so that she can improve her living conditions, which aren't yet as comfortable as she'd like them to be.
La señora MARIA ROSMERY A. A., es una productora de leche, trabaja en su granja de vacas que son 14, tiene buena producción.Trabaja en la misma hacen 20 años, habiendo crecido bastante. Es casada, el esposo trabaja la tierra en Santa Cruz, otro departamento. Ella tiene 4 hijos, tiene 39 años.La tierra es herencia de los padres.
El crédito està destinado para la compra de soya, que en esta época escasea. Quiere crecer un poco màs para mejorar sus condiciones de vida que todavía no son de comodidad.
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