03 September 2020, Gaibandha, Bangladesh - MD. Sorwer (48) a guardian of six family members and a farmer beneficiary of FAO is showing the ruminant concentrate feed gor from FAO at his home at Dokkhin Digholkandi, Holudia union 3. He said, I was a proud farmer with my own land but this river eaten all my land, only two bigha land survived. Somehow surviving with this land and some livestock. This flood has done us a lot of damage, I planted jute but it was destroyed in the flood, I planted paddy in one bigha of land, that too was destroyed by the flood. We have benefited a lot from the feed provided by FAO. The health of the cows is much better than before. Now the cow will give a lot more milk. Some milk we eat and some milk we sell in the market.