Industrial Visit

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ustrIndustrial Visit Report

A VISIT TO OXYGEN ACRES

Prepared by: Anusree Nair Hridya P.K Kripa Sajith Maya Abraham Supritha R Kulkarni

INTRODUCTION
On 19th November 2012, we the students of BBM 5th went for the industrial visit as a part of our curriculum at Oxygen Acres at Mysore. Oxygen Acres is a diary farm spread over 10 acres and solely owned by Mr.Chida Shivanna . Oxygen acres is an attempt to emphasize the importance conserving agricultural land for farming purposes only instead of destroying the green spaces that surrounds Mysore for real estate development ventures. It is an effort to provide an the community an opportunity to experience peace and tranquility away from the run of the mill modern day life style’
We reached the place at 11 am and returned at 2.

Oxygen Acres mainly produces milk, milk products like butter, paneer, ghee and soap. It comprises of 7 acres of land for grass cultivation, a cow shed for 40 cows and 7 calves, and a poultry farm of 40 hens. Moreover there is a party hall and a dining cum catering hall where events like birthday parties, farewell parties, get-togethers etc are conducted.
The main attraction of the farm is its well planned and constructed infrastructure. The atmosphere is very serene and full of greenery. A huge banyan tree nearly 350 years old in the farm premises adds on to the ambience of the farm, which pulls in more and more people to visit Oxygen Acres.
Mr.Chida Shivanna established the farm in the year 2006 after coming back from USA. He was moved by one of the prominent issues in Karnataka regarding adulteration in…...

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