Cows can be seen walking around in the wild in India’s capital, Delhi.
But the wild animals that roam the streets of Delhi are the cotton patches.
Cotton patches are not wild animals, they are artificial structures made from plastic, fibres and rubber, which are then put on cows and sheep.
Cotton is a widely used product in the country.
Its popularity is in large part due to the cost and ease of production.
Cows are a big part of the cotton industry in India.
The number of cows in the entire country is estimated at over 300,000.
There are around 6,000 farmers in India and they have a massive role in the cotton production industry.
They make the cotton, cut it and transport it to mills.
The cost of the crop is higher than the price of the product itself.
While the average price of a cotton patch in the state of Uttar Pradesh is Rs 5,000, a single patch costs more than Rs 5 lakh.
According to the Centre for Agricultural Research and Development, in India, the cost of cotton is Rs 6,200 per hectare.
According to this figure, a farmer will make around Rs 2,000 for every hectare of cotton.
The costs of producing cotton and its processing are higher than in many other countries.
India is the second largest producer of cotton after the US, and the cost is also much higher than those of the US.
If a farmer does not have money for irrigation and fertiliser, the farmers have to work longer hours.
The cotton production is also highly subsidized.
The cotton patch industry in the rural areas is highly subsidised.
The farmers in rural India pay between Rs 6 and Rs 8 a day, and Rs 4 to Rs 7 a day for water and fertilizer.
There are also subsidies for the farmers to get milk.
Many of the farmers in the northern parts of the country are not able to afford these kinds of subsidies, and are forced to make do with the milk of their cows.
There is also a huge demand for the cotton in the neighbouring countries, Bangladesh and Nepal.
In those countries, the price for cotton is much lower.
But the cotton farmers in northern India are not making much money.
In the past, the cotton harvest has been a very important income for the people.
In India, it has fallen drastically.
According to the National Sample Survey Organisation, in 2013-14, the average yield of cotton in India was only around 25 per cent.
Even when the crop has grown and the prices of cotton have risen, farmers have not been able to make a living.
The number of farmers in Uttar Pradesh alone is around 3,000 and they are not going to make much money even if they keep on producing cotton.
They have been forced to take up farming in a way that is not sustainable.
This is why the number of people going to the cotton mills has increased in Uttar, and it has caused a huge social unrest.
We have seen people come out and attack the workers of the mills.
It has become a big problem for the area.
There has been riots and protests against the government’s decision to sell the cotton.
A lot of the workers in the mills have been affected, and they’ve been making a lot of complaints.
But this is a very difficult time to be a cotton farmer in the north of the Indian state.
You cannot sell your land for any price.
It is not fair for the poor farmers.
Cultures of poverty have a big impact on people’s lives.
We need to understand how they impact on us.
It is very important to understand why people are poor and the impact they have on people.