What drove me to join the agribusiness sector is an article I had read while in America about looming food insecurity in Eswatini due to the El Nino phenomenon and the 2015 Fall Armyworm. I had been looking for business and food production was needed in my country. I identified a few problems consumers had about my industry. Most farmers in Eswatini are informal and are not entirely forthcoming/transparent about their production. This means that though the market was saturated before I entered, many large clients (supper market chains, abattoirs, and private clients) have unreliable supply chains as farmers often fail to deliver. Failure to deliver is mainly due to them using cost-cutting measures that threatened livestock life/quality. In my case, I ensured that I constructed a state-of-the-art shed with efficient equipment, meaning that my poultry endures and reaches consumers without fail. With accessibility being an issue, my business delivers poultry to homes for cheap as well.