Ulviyya has been working as a dairy farmer for four years. She makes yogurt, farmer's cheese, and other products and sells them in stores. Ulviyya A. is 34 years old. She is married and has two children who go to school. Ulviyya needs 2300 AZN to buy cows in order to increase milk production.
Ulviyya uje 4 qoda kak zanimayetsya skotovodstvom i razvodit korov dlya prodaji molochnix produktov. Ona delayet yogurt, kefir, tvorog i t.d iz moloka i prodayet v magazini.
Ulviyya A. 34 qoda. Ona zamujem i imeyet 2 detey kotoriye uchatsya v shkole. Ulviyya nujdayetsya v 2300 AZN chtobi kupit korov dlya uvelicheniya molochnix produktov.
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