In addition to urine, devotees collect cow dung, which is then taken for composting or making cakes. Cow dung collecting happens throughout the day to keep the sitting area of the cows clean.
After waking, the cows chew on forage kept in the troughs and drink water available at various spots. Around 6:00 am, they are milked, and that sacred milk is used for services of the Deities.
At 10:30 AM, the cows return from grazing and feast on the freshly kept green grass. The bulls are then engaged for bullock carts, bull-driven water pumps, and ploughing during the sowing season. Once a week, all the cows and bulls are bathed after they come back.