Pune: BSc student sets up fodder camp in village

  • | Tuesday | 16th April, 2019

A 20-year-old computer science student has set up the first fodder camp in Nivdunge village in Ahmednagar district. “We were the first ones to set up such a fodder camp in November across the state,” said Sharad, adding that the state only sanctioned the camp recently. At this camp, we were able to provide water and fodder for 200 farmers,” said Bandu. Family and friends also assisted Sharad, so that by November, he had managed to raise Rs 12 lakh, and with Bandu’s help, set up the fodder camp. At the cattle camp, too, Rs 30,000 is required daily for water and fodder.

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