Integrated organic farming refers to a “cyclical zero waste procedure, where waste products from one process are recycled in as nutrients for other process”. It not only maximizes the utilization of resources but also increases the efficiency of production. A progressive farmer Ramesh Chandra Dagar of Haryana is practicing integrated organic farming in his farm. The practice includes bee keeping , dairy management, water harvesting, composting and agriculture in a chain of processes which support each other. It is an extremely economic and a sustainable venture. At his farm, cattle dung is used as a manure for crops instead of chemical fertilizers. Crop residue is used to produce compost or generate natural gas to meet the energy needs of the farm.