Update on Flor BeatrizFlor is 30 years old, she lives in a common-law marriage and she has two children. She lives with her partner and children in Mina de Piedra, a community of the Ventanas Cantón in the Los Ríos province.
She is a member of 30 DE NOVIMEMBRE (November 30), a Communal Bank located in Mina De Piedra, a comment of the Ventanas Cantón where people engage in agriculture and livestock breeding.
Flor engages in agriculture, planting corn, and in breeding livestock such as chickens and pigs. The loan she is requesting will be used to buy products such as fertilizers, manure, insecticides to fight pests and plant sickness; she will also buy animal balance feed. She will buy her products in the town of Ventanas.
She dreams of buying some land to keep on planting and to increase her production. She loves Shrovetide celebrations.
Pertenece a la Ventanilla 30 DE NOVIEMBRE se encuentra ubicada el recinto MINA DE PIEDRA perteneciente al cantón Ventanas se dedica a labores agrícolas y pecuarias.
Flor se dedica a la agricultura a la siembra de maíz y la crianza de animales de corral como pollos y cerdos. Con el crédito podrá comprar insumos como: fertilizantes, abonos, insecticidas para evitar las plagas y enfermedades, además alimento para los animales balanceados. Las compras las realiza en la ciudad de Ventanas.
El sueño es comprar terreno para seguir sembrando y aumentar la produccion le gusta mucho festejar las fiestas del carnaval.
Previous Loan DetailsFlor, 29, lives with her common-law husband and two children in Recinto Mina de Piedra, which belongs to the Ventanas Canton in the province of Los Ríos. She is a member of the communal bank 30 DE NOVIEMBRE, which is in the same location, and she earns a living as a crop and livestock farmer. ... More from Flor Beatriz's previous loan »
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