In line with the intention of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, effective initiatives are being taken to promote integrated farming system in the state of Chhattisgarh to make the farmers happy and increase their income. One hectare, 2 hectares and 3 hectares of area irrigated and irrigated for farmers with different holdings under a coordinated farming system in all the districts of the state jointly by Agriculture Department officials and agricultural scientists of Krishi Vigyan Kendras operated under Indira Gandhi Agricultural University. The non-irrigated model has been prepared. In which efforts are being made towards doubling their income by encouraging farmers for crop production as well as poultry, goat farming, fisheries. Under crop diversification, necessary guidance is being given to farmers for cultivation and primary processing of lac in high land. Drip and mass irrigation, Along with promoting the production of vegetable and other horticultural crops through techniques like mass marketing, they are being linked to livelihood activities for seed production of various crops, manufacture of vermicompost compost, mushroom production, empowerment of women. Through the various schemes of the government such as skill development, water management work, green revolution expansion, MNREGA, tribal sub-plan and mineral trust fund, the agency is doing remarkable work of conservation of natural resources and livelihood promotion by which farming in rural areas The rich and the farmers are moving fast towards prosperity. Coordinated farming has also started a new phase in the lives of the farmers of rural areas in the districts of Koriya, Kanker, Rajnandgaon, Durg, Korba, Bilaspur to remote Vananchal in the state of Chhattisgarh. Various field trials, front-line demonstrations, contemporary, “need-based” skills are being provided to farmers, agricultural women, rural youth in about 25 villages of Kanker district.