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Waiting is never difficult where there is tea. Many people lead their lives through struggle and hard work. Many people even give up their good job to start something new and start a new life. Today we will tell you a true story that will be very inspiring for you.
A resident of Sakharkherda village in Chikhli district of Maharashtra, Dr. Abhishek Bharad’s father was posted as an engineer in the Singhkei department. Which is why Abhishek taught you well and sent you to America for higher studies. Abhishek also completed his PhD in America and became a doctor.
After completing his PhD, he also worked for two years as a scientist at Louisiana State University in 2013. He also received a large salary from the university for this work. Despite having such a good job and a salary of Rs 10 lakh, Abhishek’s mind did not feel there and he started remembering his country.
Abhishek wanted to do something by staying in his country. He wanted to do something within his own country through which he could develop himself and other people. With such an idea, Abhishek resigned from his job and returned to his hometown.
Coming home, he wanted to do some agricultural work which made him think a lot about the potential of goat farming and started a goat rearing business. This work required very large land and resources. He prepared the whole plan and also rented 20 acres of land. He then also rented a goat shed to keep the goats.
Abhishek invested Rs 12 lakh to buy 120 goats, and instead of bringing hay from the market, he decided to grow grass within 6 acres of land, which reduced the cost and the goats also got fresh fodder.
In one year he saw progress in this work, in one year the number of goats doubled. Today he has 350 different types of goats. And he now sells a goat for 10 thousand. Through which his income last year alone was 10 lakh rupees.
He also started poultry farming and organizing farming. It also provided employment to many rural people. Abhishek also now provides guidance to farmers by forming a group.