At present, the gaushala has around 4 acres of land, which is well developed and fenced. There are various cow shelters, fodder and dry grass godowns, an office building, a manufacturing unit to make products based on cow dung and cow urine (gomutra), a small R&D centre and a gobar gas plant along with arrangements to make vermin compost. Presently, the gaushala has around 200 cows. All of them are Indian breed. On an average, 42-45 cows are in lactation throughout the year, yielding around 200-220 litres of milk each day. The gaushala's mission is to protect and save the govansha of Bharatiya origin from the butcher's knife and make the same economically viable by making use of cow dung and urine.
The primary areas of working of gaushala are veterinary, ayurveda, cosmetology, science of nutrition, agriculture based on organic manure, power based on gobar gas and bullock energy. The most important function is to promote govansha which is the fulcrum to keep a positive ecological balance. Presently, the gaushala manufactures various products based on cow dung and urine. The products manufactured by gaushala are ayurvedic products, general products like dhoop sticks and most important product like vermin compost and pest repellants from cow urine. Keshav Srushti Gaushala is achieving new milestones every year and it will soon become the county's first financially self-sufficient gaushala.