India has a long history of using animal husbandries to improve the lives of people and animals.
But the industry, which has been around for hundreds of years, is now under pressure.
A team of Indian animal husbandriers is looking to open its doors in the US to meet a growing demand for its products.
The firm, which is based in California, will be the first in the country to have an office in New York City.
“It’s a new frontier,” said the firm’s founder and chief executive officer Prashant Mehta, who was born and raised in India.
“It’s like a big step for us.”
According to a press release, the new office will be called India’s first animal husbandrier and will serve as a hub for the country’s animal husbandiers, a group of companies that specialize in raising livestock.
The office will also focus on education, training, and public relations, Mehtab said in the release.
The move comes as India’s government is considering legislation that would ban the export of animal husbandriches to the United States.
The law, which was introduced last year, is designed to combat animal cruelty and is intended to combat the use of exotic animals as domestic pets.
It is also intended to help protect endangered species and their habitats.
The legislation was backed by a group including India’s largest animal protection NGO, Save the Animals.
In addition to Mehtabe, the group includes Meena Raj, the president of the National Association of Animal Husbandry and Poultry Husbandries (NAAHPR).
The NAAH PR was formed in 1999.
Mehtas mother and father are both animal husbandier.
Mehta said the new team will also help develop animal husbandrous products, but that the company’s aim is to “provide a place for people to get involved.”
The company will also develop a website for animal husbandrys and will begin a pilot project in the city of Chiang Mai.
In addition, the company is looking at opening its office in California.
Mehapa said that he is also in talks with the State Department of Commerce and Industry about opening an office there.
The Indian government has also launched an awareness campaign to encourage people to support animal husbandrists and to use them in their own communities.
The campaign is called A Good Home for Animals, which aims to educate people on the benefits of using animals.