Facing prolonged droughts and poor soil in the area where Enos lived, he kept moving from place to place to look for water for his animals. With a little income from sales of milk, he dug a dam from which rain water collects during rainy seasons and can be preserved to be used through the drought. This saved him and family from moving from place to place and long distances in search of water. He now buys cows that he feeds well and sells them off after a period of three to six months. He has managed to meet his family needs, pay tuition for his children and buy supplies. This loan will help him to buy more cows, boosting his cattle-fattening business. Enos strongly believes he will able to pay back the loan and still make a profit.