In the royal Periodical of India 1878, Pusa was documented as a authority area of about 1350 acres in Darbhanba. It was captured through East India Company for constant a beam farm to amount better grow of colt mainly for the army. Frequent extent of blush disease (abscess of glands), mostly poignant the beneficial exotic bloodstock made the civilian veterinary office to shift the full basic out of Pusa. A British cigarette concern Beg Sutherland & co. got the farm on charter but it also left in 1897 desert the Authority area of Pusa.
|Institute Type||State Government University|
|Name of the Institute||Doctor Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University - DRPCAU|
|Affiliated||Govt of Bihar|