A Gaushala has been made primarily to provide uninterrupted supply of milk, ghee and other milk products for residents of Vedic village. Presently, there are about 45 indigenous local Kenkatha breed cattle in this Gaushala, which includes milch cows, calves, baby girls, bulls and bulls. Dung and cow urine is given to Agriculture Department in return green fodder for the Gaushala. There are few bullocks who are used for the purpose of farming in the agricultural field. All the cows graze for at least 6 hours a day and are fed with wheat bran, gram, masoor, wheat bran, mustard oil etc. Ghee is made from cow’s milk, which is sold in the market.