According to the Pakistani socio-economic standards Sabzazar Farm incorporates a manual system of work as opposed to the mechanized system. The fodder (chara) is chopped using the local cutter system and this is then placed outside the boundary walls for cattle feeding. The cleanliness is maintained via tractor and scrapper, utilized once every week and the heaps of cow-dung collected is then transferred / spread over the agri-land, once every month. Drinking water tanks are whitewashed with limewater on a daily basis.
In 2012 the cattle (that include a number of 220 cows), heifers and calves are being looked after by a total of 20 individuals. 9 workers out of this total, prepare and provide the fodder outside the boundary walls and 8 of them manage the internal system: i.e. milking, cleanliness, providing wanda (concentrate), etc. These individuals upon completion of their allotted work can leave the farm and are not bound to stay there all day long. The remaining 3 of the total 20 individuals have been assigned separate work: i.e. one of them works as the caretaker for calves, assists the vet for insemination and helps in medical treatment, the other works as the record keeper and the last one as the main controller of the entire system. In addition to these 20 individuals there are 2 security guards on night duty, who are also responsible for informing of any mishap or illness on the farm.