Civil engineer switches to dairy farming business, earns 10 lakh per month

Jayaguru Achar Hinder belongs from Mundru village in Karnataka. Working as a civil engineer, he often used to visit his village to engage in something he loved, farming.

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After graduation, most of the youth opts for a regular 9 to 5 job and the same did the 26-year-old Jayaguru Achar Hinder, a civil engineer who used to earn Rs 22,000 per month in a private firm. Later in 2019, Jayaguru decided to quit the job and carry forward his family business. That's how the civil engineer transformed his profession into a dairy farmer. Now he earns over Rs 10 lakhs per month. 

Jayaguru Achar Hinder belongs from Mundru village in Karnataka. Working as a civil engineer, he often used to visit his village to engage in something he loved, farming. In 2019, Jayaguru joined his father's business and applied all his civil engineering experience to bring innovative ways and advanced technologies to increase revenue. Reportedly, Jayaguru bought a machine from Punjab that dries cow dung. He started selling thousands of bags of dry cow dung every day with the help of the machine. 

The 26-year-old also sells 30 to 40 kg ghee and 750 litres of milk every day. He revealed to News18 that there are 10 employees, several types of machines and other facilities which help in reducing the burden on the labour. Jayaguru also sells the water used to bathe the cows and also prepares cow dungs slurry with the mixture of cow urine, cow dung and water, which is useful for farming. Selling 7000 slurries every day the engineer helps hundreds of farmers to improve their productivity. 

By applying the engineering knowledge to dairy farming, the civil engineer now earns Rs 10 lakhs. He has turned dairy farmers to make a fortune selling milk, organic fertiliser, manure and even bathing water of cows. Jayaguru's innovation and humble story is truly an inspiration.