Sunday, 26 May 2013

Calf, Cow and a software engineer holding camera :D

You all know I am a typical software professional. Today I was trying my hand to control my farm's grazing cow and holding camera in my hand to suit the calf and cow grazing the lush green vegetables bed.

As usual, the calf was jumping here and there and his mother was trying to locate him and she couldn't keep patience and went out of control. I as usual was keeping the camera on to capture the natural picture of cow and calf jumping around and see what happens.

The camera went upside down and still I was trying my best to locate cow and calf keeping the camera on top of my head :D :D :D



Sorry, I am not a good camera man.

Enjoy the novice camera man video and sorry if you are getting irritated.

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Wednesday, 15 May 2013

World's youngest farmer irrigating his vegetable fields

This is perhaps the youngest farmer of the world, irrigating his vegetable fields.



He is Shreeharsh Narayan, roaming around the vegetable field and then took the water pipe and started irrigating as the field was looking dry :)



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Overall update of Cow, Calf, Cucumber and others

Here is the latest update of Rameshwari Natural Farm. In this video, I also show cow and newly born calf. Apart from this I am also comparing the length and diameter of the biggest cucumber I have seen till now.

Below picture is of our cow and newly born calf.


I am trying to feed milk to the calf.


Newly born calf, less than 24 hours old.


Video, showing the current status on what we are doing.



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Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Huge Cucumber produce with natural farming way

People says, a picture tells more than a thousand words, so I am not explaining about our cucumber here. Below are two pictures of the same cucumber, try to compare its size and weight by its nearby leaves.



Many farmers around my village have not seen such a large cucumber till now it their life.

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Wednesday, 8 May 2013

New (First) member of our Farm - A holy cow

I am happy to share this. We have bought a cow today from Sankarpally cow fair. They said, this species origin is from Maharastra and its name is Deoni.


She is expecting calf in another 2 weeks or so as said by its ex-owner but I feel it may take 1 month at least.

Its not very small not very big in size. Medium built but looks beautiful. Today, I lived my mothers dream, she always wanted to keep cow in our home and she did too but not too long. After buying this cow, I was missing my mom a lot. Hope wherever she is, must be feeling proud and happy about me.



The plan is to start collecting cow dung and urine to prepare Jivamrita and other useful mixture for betterment of soil and plants.

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Monday, 6 May 2013

Cucumber - such a big size and normal farm update

I am surprised to see a cucumber today. Its weight is more than 3 kg, length is more than 1 feet. It goes without saying that it is the product of natural farming where we have not used any external input in the form of fertilizer and pesticide. We have only used cow dung.



Below is the video that shows the cucumber, red gram, and normal farm update. The seed I had used was bought from a seminar in Nampally last year and it was native variety seed.



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