Total loan: $1,350


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Nicolas Romero, Méx., Mexico / Agriculture

Aurelio's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped to buy trout and meet client demand.

Aurelio's story

Aurelio is a 51-year-old man. He studied to become a veterinarian, but he doesn't make a living out of it. He just gives consultations from time to time. He is also married to a loving wife, and they have been married for a long time.

They both are dedicated to trout farming. They own a trout farm, and in this, they raise trout for three months. They buy them when their weight is around a half pound (for trout) and sell them to restaurants when their weight increases to a pound. He manages the big calls of the business and takes care of the trout with his veterinary knowledge. His wife helps by running the commercial relationships, like contacting potential clients and arranging sales.

Aurelio also gives consultations and advice to local trout farms, since it is a trout farming area.

Lately, he had been buying 200 pounds of trout to farm, but he can't meet the client demand with that amount. So, he is looking for a 22,106 MXN loan that will allow him to buy 1,000 pounds (give or take) of trout, which will be enough to supply the demand.

Kubo believes in his project because he knows what he does. He has been in this business for around 25 years, and he has been doing well enough to constantly increase demand.