School kids learn dairy farming with Sid’s Farm

School kids learn dairy farming with Sid’s Farm
Students from Sloka - The Hyderabad Waldorf School visited the farm to learn about milk, dairy farming, and dairy production. It was an open-air activity organised by the school

Sid’s Farm, a Hyderabad-based premium D2C dairy brand, hosted 70 school kids at their picturesque farm at Chevella on November 14 (Children’s Day), to learn about dairy farming and enjoy their day with the bovine friends. A first-time activity including the school kids, Sid’s Farm itself was buzzing with enthusiasm and excitement to host the group and Dr Kishore Indukuri, Founder, Sid’s Farm personally took them around the campus, while explaining the nuances of modern time dairy farming.

Dr Kishore Indukuri said, “It was a pleasure to mingle with the children and enjoy their honest, though intelligent, questions for each of the activities that were happening on the farm. It was surprising as well as heartening to see their inquisitiveness about every aspect of the value chain—right from the importance of testing to eliminating adulterants and antibiotics from the milk we drink to understanding how products of Sid’s Farm are different from other milk-based offerings in the market.”

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“Students from Sloka – The Hyderabad Waldorf School visited the farm to learn about milk, dairy farming, and dairy production. It was an open-air activity organised by the school. The school believes in lessons that can achieve a healthy balance integrating movement, rhythm, thinking and art and this visit was a small step towards raising an aware and conscious future generation,” he added.

Established in the year 2016, Sid’s Farm especially focuses on raising awareness among children as the future generation must usher the nation and the world into an era where consumers question the source of the milk they are consuming and the value they are getting from it. Incidentally, India, though the biggest producer of milk, according to the 2018 Global Nutrition Report, the country accounts for more than three out of every 10 stunted children globally.

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