This young woman quit her job to follow her dream of goat farming – and has no regrets

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Neo Leburu feels at home on her goat farm in Ganyesa in Vryburg in North West. Pictures: Facebook
Neo Leburu feels at home on her goat farm in Ganyesa in Vryburg in North West. Pictures: Facebook

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It all started with a doe and two kids gifted to Neo Leburu’s mother as a token of appreciation when she was still a teenager.

She immediately fell in love with the goats.

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