Cattle Farming is defined as the rearing of different animals to obtain their products for commercial purposes, and the animals are also used in laborious activities.
Intensive Cattle Farming, Semi-Intensive Farming, Extensive Livestock Farming and Nomadic Livestock Farming are the four major types of Cattle Farming.
It helps to provide high-quantity of dairy products, helps to use draught animals for labour, benefits in disease-resistant cross-breeding and helps in a better ecosystem.
The common breeds of animals used in Cattle Farming are Cows, Buffaloes, Goats and Bulls. These animals are most preferred due to their less maintenance and easier access.