I have been getting some requests to put up some pictures of the dairy farms I have visited. So I thought let me start by putting up pictures of my own farm.
I have tons of pictures. I need to wade through them, to give you a better, more systematic view of dairy farming.
I also have lots of video!
I in fact have made a video on installing a Cooling Fan for my dairy farm, check it out.
More to come, inshAllah. Subscribe to LifeETC to receive updates.
I would like to visit your dairy farm. Can you please provide me contact information and address if possible.
i am verey happy know about your faming .nice work.
i am in Punjab Gujranwala before 2 year i make a small farm with 17 cows age 2.3 and 3 buffalo but i am much in tribal right now cows only 8 pregnant not all and buffalo are 2 pregnant and now my pocket is empty i need help i want i sale some cows and buy dairy buffalo for milk any company give me 15 lac Rs for improvement only for 2 year i give money back. of may farm and buying more buffalo because i don’t have my own land but with 10 year agreement …..
Guide me pleas
Hi i am thomas from India i am planning to start Dairy so plea se guide me and i am very new to this bussines, hope i will get assistance from you
Sure. You can see the free dairy farming content here. I also have a paid resource for people who are serious about starting a dairy farm that you can purchase at this link. Hope this helps, Thomas.
I am planning to open up a dairy farm within a few months, hopefully right after Ramadan, in Islamabad.
I have one short but a very fundamental question. A lot of talk and discussion that i have read on your blogs (and i have ready almost all, including your book on dairy farming) is almost all about cows. Baring a couple of places i never read anything about buffaloes.
Now the model i have (with the little investment i can put down) is to go for 9 buffaloes and 3 cows. Milk collectors are buying the milk here for 80 Rps/litre,
I just want to know what your take is on buffaloes, and my business idea. I recently sat with a scientist at the Animal Nutrition section at the National Agricultural Research Center and he was like, DO NOT go for buffaloes,
I do not see how I’d be able to sell cow milk on its own. Correct me if i am wrong but for someone like me wanting to start a small dairy farm….buffaloes are essential. Isn’t it so ?