North West cattle farmer Ipeleng Kwadi-Saboni is thriving in the agri sector. At the same time, she wears many hats to achieve all she does with tenacity and strength. In this episode of Farmer’s Inside Track, we hear how Kwadi-Seboni is inspiring thousands of young farmers, especially women.
‘No longer a boys club’
Being a jack of all trades comes with a lot of responsibilities but for this Brits-born livestock farmer in North West, this is hardly a challenge because she loves what she does. In the episode, Kwadi-Seboni shares tricks of the trade and how she navigates Mzansi’s agricultural sector as a woman.
“Agriculture is evolving, it is changing every day. One of the opportunities that I used so much is attending as many training sessions as I can,” she shares.
Kwadi-Saboni also talks about relationship building, progressive women in agriculture, and how the perception that agriculture is a male-dominated playground is changing.
“I am happy that [the agricultural sector] is evolving and I am part of those initiatives that make a difference in the life of other young farmers,” she says.
In this episode, Kwadi-Saboni also shares:
- How she is leading the path for young women in agriculture;
- Advice on scaling up as a small-scale farmer;
- Her future plans, and where she sees herself in the livestock industry and agri sector within the next few years.
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