This has been reported in timesofindia.indiatimes.com dated 19 January 2016.
Incidentally, as per a Tata project report on goat farming, Uttarakhand is the seventh state in the country with a high goat population - its numbers are 13,67,000. The products of Nag Tibba would be marketed under the brand name 'Bakri Chaap'.
The new concept is not only providing a means of a better livelihood to the locals, but tourists at the homestay can also avail the opportunity of getting first hand experience in cultivation of local vegetables and rearing of goats, cattle and hens around these cottages. The products are supplied to various places like five star hotels.
There are 12 cottages made of wood, mud and stones that have been built in traditional style for stay of tourists at Nag Tibba.
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