Blind trainees chopping green plants for feeding cows


RUB chose agriculture/farming because most of the blind people come from the countryside where agriculture is the major work.

At MRCB training; farming, agriculture or animal husbandry involves clearing and preparing the land, planting, weeding, harvesting and all other activities including making manure. It goes along with livestock keeping. Livestock keeping covers the attending of different farm animals.

At MRCB we have: chickens, rabbits, and cows. For other commonly kept animals such as goats and sheep, the teaching is done theoretically because they are easier to tend.
UB chose agriculture/farming because most of the blind people come from the countryside where agriculture is the major work.

At MRCB training; farming, agriculture or animal husbandry involves clearing and preparing the land, planting, weeding, harvesting and all other activities including making manure. It goes along with livestock keeping. Livestock keeping covers the attending of different farm animals.

At MRCB we have: chickens, rabbits, and cows. For other commonly kept animals such as goats and sheep, the teaching is done theoretically because they are easier to tend.

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