Fikret A. lives in the Absheron region. He is married and has 3 children. Fikret is 51 years old. Two of his children are already married, and one daughter, who is only 18 years old, is getting ready to get into a university to study economics. Fikret has been involved in this business for 10 years. Previously, he kept sheep and sold their skin and meat. And now, he decided to keep cows and already has 2 cows. However, he also wants to buy more cows in order to have more milk for sale and more profits. The profits are small with two cows. In the future, he also want to start making cheese.
Fikret A. jivet v Absheron regione. On jenat i imeyet 3 detey. Fikretu 51 qod. Iz eqo detey 2 uje jenilis i toka odnoy eshe 18 let i ona qotovitsya postupit v universitet na ekanomiku.
On uje 10 let zanimayetsys etim biznesom. Ranshe on derjal ovec i prodoval ixniye koju i myaso. A seychas on reshil derjat korov i u neqo uje yest 2 korovi. no on xochet kupi eshe shtobi bilo pobolshe maloka dlya prodaji i pribil bila bi bolshe. S dvuma korovami pribil malenkaya. I v budushem on xotel bi rpoizvodit i sir.
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