The crop and the animal husbandry demands knowledge and skills as any other vocational enterprises. Similar to inheritance of land and other assets by the heirs, the owned knowledge and skills are transferred through self-learning or informal learning from one generation to the other. However, due to commercialization of farm activities and their applications, the process of informal learning is now taking different dimensions. Such commercialization also necessitated farmers to aspire for formal trainings and to achieve faster transformations through agricultural technologies. These technologies are being transferred to farmers by the experts mostly by formal trainings vis-à-vis formal learning. The knowledge and skills already possessed by these farmers however need to be supplemented with newer knowledge and skills acquired.