Nepal’s economy is ruled by agriculture sector and farming profession. In late 1980 the most population of Nepal which is nearly ninety percent of the total population depends upon agriculture for their livelihood. The major agriculture of Nepal is rice, maize, wheat, pulses, vegetables, fruits, cash crops, and other general agriculture products.
The employment opportunity created by Himalayan Alpine Herbal and Agriculture Farm’s agro-business is by mass production and farming of animals, food crops, cash crops, fungi e.t.c and other natural production of fiber, food, bio-fuel, medical products e.t.c. The agriculture employment is a most traditional and conventional way of livelihood by the domestication of animals, food, fibers, bio-fuel, and medicinal herbs. In the modern day world, the civilization agribusiness is based on large-scale productions adopting the latest health standards, mechanical standards, and factory standards. The person who is involved in the production are called farmers and who are hired or involved in farming activities for wages are called farm workers.
The common employment opportunity by Himalayan Alpine Herbal and Agriculture Farm in agriculture sector is the production of food crops, cash crops, fibers, fuels, raw materials, animals, cereals, vegetables, fruits, oils, and spices. The common production of fibers is cotton fiber, silk fiber, jute fiber, hemp fiber, and wool fiber. The common raw materials are woods and bamboos which are used in housing, furniture, and other purposes. The other employment arising agriculture productions are medical herbs, drugs, dyes, perfumes, bio-fuels, ornamental, horticulture and viticulture e.t.c