A loan of $2,725 helped to buy three cows and a bull for his farm.

Andryusha's story

Andryusha lives in the village of Chakaten; he's lived there from his childhood. He says he has found trustful partners in farming and agriculture – the Kiva lenders’ team and field partner Nor Horizon.

Andryusha has a store in the town of Kapan where he sells meat, eggs and dairy products from his farm as well as products purchased from other farmers. He also breeds large-horned cattle and poultry and grows vegetables, fruits and barley on his own plot of land. He also rents out a plot of land where he cultivates wheat. The tractor that he purchased is also greatly demanded and is very often rented by the villagers. Having a degree in animal husbandry, Andryusha perfectly takes care of his farm cattle. Since his children have grown up and his daughter is already married, he is left alone in his farming activities but, being very industrious, he manages everything perfectly.

This will be Andryusha’s second loan from Kiva. The first one he used to purchase 20 piglets as well as barley seedlings, diesel fuel and fertilizer for his farm. This time he asks for a loan of 1,100,000 Armenian drams in order to buy three cows and a bull to enlarge his cattle farm.

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