Jayaguru Achar Hinder in his cow shelter.

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Meet Karnataka Engineer Who Left Job To Do Cow Farming; Earns In Lakhs

Jayaguru Achar Hinder, a resident of Karnataka's Munduru village has set a unique example for youths who hate farming by joining his father's small dairy farming after quitting his "9-5 job" as an engineer. Hinder, who used to earn in thousands, now reportedly earns in lakhs. Hinder currently owns 130 cows. He also used new ideas to earn by selling cow dung, slurry Gonandajala, and 750 litre milk daily.   

Tue, 19 Oct 2021 - 06:36 PM / by Brijesh Goswami

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