Mrs. Khom is a married woman with three children, one of whom is a driver, another is a motorcycle taxi driver, and the other is a farmer.
She and her husband, Mr. Ret, are farmers who own a piece of land where they grow rice. They sell some piece of the rice yield and the other piece they keep for eating in the whole year.
She is also a pig breeder. Since her business is getting on well, she wants to expand. She is applying for a loan to buy seven more piglets, pig food, and pig vaccine.
Her husband is in the picture with her.
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