Lady Shares Photos of Her Large Wheat Farm, Receives Massive Praise

Lady Shares Photos of Her Large Wheat Farm, Receives Massive Praise

  • Being a strong, independent woman is tough but adding farming to your repertoire is something even cooler
  • Ndakaripa Hungwe shared snaps of her wheat farm and had the internet commending her for her amazing skills
  • She shared that last year the field had sugar beans and she's planning to plant soybeans for next year's harvest

With arms stretched wide Ndakaripa Hungwe shared images of her wheat farm on Twitter adding that she hopes to rotate her crop next year by planting soybeans. Hard work and the soldering sun were not enough to stop Hungwe from sowing the land and feeding the community.

Hungwe shared two images of her wheat with the caption reading:

"Done for the season #wheat despite numerous power cuts at critical stages - tomorrow our bailer goes to work - dry months still upon us. This field had sugar beans last summer then winter wheat - now we will put soybeans as we rotate and constantly fix our soils."

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Farmer, praised online, sugar beans, soybeans, wheat
A Zimbabwean farmer has been praised online for her exceptional skills and hard work. Image: @ndakaripa
Source: UGC

The praise given out was well received

Peeps gathered on social media to show their appreciation for hardworking farmers such as Hungwe who work to put food on the plates of many.

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@babatafi shared:

"You always inspire."

@KupaVet_ wrote:

"This is great & inspiring for sure."

@cmashx tweeted:

"Lead Lead Lead."

@Tevedzerai said:

"Well done mama."

@SavannahSamas responded with:

"Well done sis."

@Par_Excellency added:

"Mum doing the most."

Nigerian female farmer

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady, Suberu Bose Ruth, was celebrated online for contributing to the food need of the nation.

In a Facebook post by Petra Akinti Onyegbule, it was revealed that Bose graduated with a degree in history and international studies from Lagos State University (LASU).

The hardworking graduate has been a farmer since 2015 and always grows crops like cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes, maize in large quantities to be sold.

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In her conversation with Petra, the woman revealed that she sells wholesale to market traders who come to her farm.

Alongside her farming endeavour, Bose also has a non-governmental organisation called Farm Advocacy and Rural Development Centre, an outfit that seeks to fight poverty through agriculture.

Source: Legit.ng

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