Animal Husbandry significantly substantiates the income of small, marginal farmers and landless labourers and is a helpful measure in generating gainful employment opportunities, especially self-employment for the rural populations. With this focus in mind the Jaypee Group undertakes animal husbandry as a social initiative.
Animal Husbandry medical initiatives taken by the group plays a major role in providing veterinary health care and improving the genetic production potentialities of livestock and poultry reared in the adopted villages. Apart from this, various beneficiary oriented schemes are also being implemented for the economic upliftment and welfare of the poor, downtrodden and weaker sections of the society.
The permanent veterinary staff employed by the trust organises camps where the villagers can talk to vets and obtain medicines, immunisation, check-ups and artificial insemination for their cattle. Interactive audio-visual training sessions demonstrate progressive approaches to animal rearing.