Shakhmurad lives in Salyan region Yenikand village. He is 47, married, has 3 children. He likes animals, enjoys looking after the animals.
One day he decided to be busy with a stock-breeding. He did not have a cattle-shed.
Having borrowed a loan of $300 he built the cattle-shed.
Then he borrowed a loan of $500 and bought 10 pedigreed ewes.
For the third time he borrowed a loan of $800 and bought 20 lambs. Having fattened these animals, he started to be busy with sale of lambs and sheeps.
Now he needs a loan of $1200 to buy 25 pedigreed ewes to fatten for sale.
He is purposeful person. He has been working very hard to develop his business.
Being engaged in this business, he supports his family.
He has been engaged in this busines for 10 years.
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