In rural India, the wealth of the people is gauged on the basis of the number of cattle, buffaloes, sheep, and goats. Therefore, the small and marginal farmers, as well as landless people, will have a small unit of dairy and sheep. However, they do not know how to give proper fodder and modern practice of animal husbandry.As part of the training, we give tips on raising dairy animals, sheep and goats. These courses are generally conducted by animal husbandry experts, from the Agriculture and veterinary universities. As part of this, we also have training and demonstration for raising chicken, ducks, rabbits and pigeons.