For improving the breed of cows, the Ashram initiated an artificial insemination programme in 1980, but it did not succeed.
The Ashram has trained persons for veterinary service and is reaching the benefits to remote areas. As a result, treatment and immunisation of cattle has seen a marked increase. Government doctors are involved in training of village personnel and now the government department also has become active.
To further animal husbandry, the subject is incorporated in the training schedule of village field workers.