I have grown wild peanut plants to feed my goats because they contain more nutrition. I wanted to plant a lot but I had only one bag of seeds. When the seeds came, the weather was hot and sunny. The plants didn't grow strongly because it didn’t rain for nearly 10 days. Now I want to plant peanuts on a very large piece of land to feed my goats. When I have a lot, I will share the seeds with my sisters to plant together in order to expand the vegetation to prevent soil erosion and give me fodder for my goats.
After about a month, the wild peanut plants got better. Now they are growing and flowering.
Narrator and photographer: Thào Thị Ganh (Hmong, 27 years old)