fodder harvesters is a large-scale goat farming operation located in India that produces thousands of goats annually.
The company, which has its headquarters in the United States, is now expanding to other parts of the world as the global goat population continues to increase.
According to Reuters, the company is using a system called “fodder farming” in which goats are used to produce fodder for other animals in the field.
The system is one of the most efficient of its kind in the world, said Harveen Shah, CEO of fodder harveter India.
It can be used to make more fodder for livestock or produce more food.
Fodder harveters are the largest producer of fodder in India and the country’s largest goat fodder exporter.
They are a very important part of the industry, because it is the only way to sustain our farmers and feed our people, Shah said.
The number of goats used in fodder harvingters is believed to be about 15 million.
It is estimated that they produce about 30 million tonnes of fodder annually.
The company says that about 1 million goats are killed annually in the country.
Fellow Indian-based goat farmer, N.K. Raman, told The Hindu that the goat farming is a way to feed a growing population and also help feed the rural poor.
It is also a way of keeping livestock healthy and in good condition, he said.
Ramane said that his company sells about 40 lakh litres of fodder per day.
The goat fodder production has also increased by about one million tonnes annually.
However, it has been estimated that the current harvest yields about 1.2 tonnes of feed a day, according to Reuters.
Farming goats is not only a source of income for farmers but also a livelihood for people, Ramane added.
Fodder harvingter India is based in the US, but its operations are also operating in other parts.
The United States has been a key market for fodder harvedter since its inception in 2008.
Its farmers and exporters are eager to grow the industry in the U.S., which is the country with the highest goat population, according a report in Business Insider in 2016.
Federally funded and private subsidies have helped fuel the boom.
According to the report, the federal government provided $100 million in 2018 to fund a “farming infrastructure fund” to promote fodder harvests in the Northeast.
The fund will help farmers to grow their herds, grow crops, and raise livestock.