For the past six years, Lucy has been in both dairy and poultry farming as a primary business. As a secondary business, she also sells handbags and shoes to earn extra income. Her monthly income from the two businesses is KES 17,000, which she uses to support her family.
Lucy has applied for her first business loan of KES 30,000. She plans to use part of the money to buy animal feeds and part to buy bags and pairs of shoes for sale in the coming season. She plans to plough back the anticipated profit.
She hopes to grow her business and own a big breeding farm in the future.
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