Agricultural Research Station, Karimnagar on completion of three years of adoption since 25th June, 2019 organized Valedictory Session at Adopted Village Perkapally of Saidapur Mandal on 24th September, 2022. Dr.G.Usharani, Scientist (Pl.Br.) and Adopted Village Incharge welcomed the dignitaries on to the dias. The Principal Scientist (Agro.) and Head, Dr.G.Manjulatha chaired the session and briefed all the activities taken up in the adopted village since 2019 and the technological interventions and impact brought out in the farming practices adopted by the farmers. The Telangana Goshala President Sri. Mahesh Agarwal has addressed the gathering about the significance of cattle in every house in the farming community and elaborated the value added products that could be prepared from the cattle dung and urine. He also added that a training programme will also be planned soon for the interested farmers of this village on the perspective of value addition using cattle byproducts. Later, Dr.E.Rajinikanth, Scientist (Agro.) from Regional Agricultural Research Station, Jagtial who has been part of the adopted village activities for two years has appreciated the farmers’ interest towards the adoption of novel technologies on introduction. Dr. M.Rajendra Prasad Scientist (TOT) from DAATTC, Karimnagar has addressed the gathering on the precautionary measures to be taken over for the control of emerging pests and diseases to the changing climatic conditions. The Village Sarpanch, Sri. B.Komaraiah has expressed his gratitude for the activities taken up for the upliftment of the farmers. The farmers have given their feedback on the gaining of knowledge in various sectors of agriculture like Sericulture, Horticulture, Kitchen Gardening, etc. 7 buffaloes and one cow have been distributed to the concerned farmers who have been willing to nurture the cattle for the agricultural work. The Agricultural Extension Officer, Sri Vamshi, Village Representatives, Upasarpanch Sri. Srinivas and MPTC, Sri. Jella Mallesh and around 100 farmers participated in the programme.