She and her husband are both farmers. Indeed, they own a 2-hectare plot of land, where they grow rice. Some of the rice they grow is sold for a profit, while the rest of the rice is used to feed their family. Mr. Bros is also a construction worker and a palm juice collector.
It is time for her to plow her field, which presents a problem for her. As such, Mrs. Torn is seeking a loan to buy two oxen that will be used to plow her field.
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