On 10th September, our kindergardeners visited our goshala located in Bakaram village and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
Upon their arrival, our team warmly welcomed the children and provided an introduction to the distinctions between Western cows and Indian cows, as well as the nutritional benefits of milk. The children enthusiastically answered questions related to milk and its derived products.
Following this brief introduction, our farm experts, Mrs. Prabha Damodharan and Sri Lakshmi Battula, escorted the students to observe the process of cutting fodder and distributed fodder to each child for feeding the cows.
Additionally, each child received a pair of bananas for feeding, an activity that they greatly relished. Some of them even fed the cows by hand.
Subsequently, they were invited to tour a biogas plant, where they learned about its functioning and witnessed how the generated energy was utilized in the goshala's kitchen.
They were also educated about the preparation of paneer, cheese, and buttermilk.
Once they were all comfortably seated, we served them buttermilk and provided activity books for them to work on. The children eagerly picked up pencils and crayons and engaged with our activity books. Towards the end of the visit, some parents and children shared their testimonials about their experiences.
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