In our camp there are a large number of domestic animals grow.
Interacting with animals, aiding in their cultivation, such as feeding, etc. are some of the activities that have significant benefits according to the opinion of scientists around the world.
The University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine Research Center for Human-Animal Interaction (ReCHAI) will explore the many ways animals benefit people of all ages. “Lowers blood pressure, encourages exercise, improves psychological health–these may sound like the effects of a miracle drug, but they are actually among the benefits” ReCHAI said in a statement. Interacting with farm animals is an important experience for children and adults. Being able to touch and watch the animals helps people to learn about agriculture and encourages the human-animal bond.