Polygamy Poultry Equipment
After graduating from Tshwane University of Technology in 2013 unlike other graduates Tshepiso Makoro didn't search for a job, he started a backyard broiler farm with 200 broiler chicks. In 2014 he added 200 silver brown hyline, then by the year 2016 he added 100 indigenous.in all those years the biggest challenge was affordable equipment. This forced him to make a change by supplying affordable Poultry Equipment so that his struggle cannot the struggle of others. Polygamy backyard farm in Sekgosese, Ga-Raphahlelo gave birth to Polygamy Poultry Equipment Suppliers. The company was registered in 2017 operating in the same area Ga-Raphahlelo village. Due to challenges of reaching customers a branch was opened in Pretoria Silverton by April 2019.