In Punjab mainly two types of livestock production practices are seen. In one type, rural household animals are integrated with farming and the farmers feed animals using green fodder and crop residues, while in the second type large herds are kept in rangelands.
It was a small farm owned by marginal farmer who had grown fodder crops mixed with wheat. The farmer was using green fodder as a source of nutrients to feed his milch animals. We could see the chopped fodder of Brassica rapa (called toria in vernacular language). It was a lively experience to engage the farmers and sensitize them on using foldscope.