Madame Clucks A Lot
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About Ntobeko

After completing her Human Resources Management qualifications, Ntobeko took the leap into entrepreneurship. Beginning as a cashier at Pick n Pay supermarket, she diligently saved up to self-publish a book, which provided the initial funds for her chicken farm. Despite facing setbacks such as losing birds, Ntobeko remained determined, gradually expanding her venture into crop production and offering training programs.

Transition into Entrepreneurship

Ntobeko’s journey into entrepreneurship began out of necessity, but it quickly became an adventure. The excitement of working for herself drives her to work tirelessly. She finds fulfillment in creating meaningful impact in people’s lives, empowering families and individuals, and promoting healthy, non-GMO foods. Ntobeko’s excitement stems from the prospect of contributing to a positive society through her work.

Business Profile

Madame Clucks A lot is a sustainable farm specializing in non-GMO broiler chickens and organic crops. They sell between 250-600 chickens a month and specialize in the farming and sale of kale, spinach, mustard, cherry tomatoes and other leafy greens. They have a training and development program (physical and virtual) that teaches and trains people on sustainable and eco-friendly agricultural practices.

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