Livestock plays is one of the major income source for rural population. With the vision to contribute in the social progress of rural India, JK Trust started unique project of increasing milk production & thus income of livestock farmers through breed improvement program. Year 1977 witnessed a landmark breakthrough when JK Trust became the first organization in India to successfully introduce embryo transfer in sheep. In 1983,a key milestone was achieved when Raymond Embryo Research Centre (RERC) was set up in Gopalnagar near Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh state, which gained national recognition owing to its pioneering and extensive work in the field of embryo transfer in cattle. Three decades worth of technical expertise was channelized towards rural India for the benefit of thousands of farmers. Artificial insemination in cattle and buffaloes was adopted as a tool of scientific breeding to improve the milk production of the country.

The trust under special scheme of SGSY also implemented pilot project for World Bank funded project for development of Common Interest Groups (CIG) which later was developed as SHG livelihood model. Similar projects of CIG/SHG were implemented by the trust in other states like Chhattisgarh & Madhya Pradesh.

In 2012-13 trust started its skill development program in garment sector with Raymond as the knowledge partner. The trained students were provided employment opportunities in different garment industries and some have started their own boutiques. Skill training program was also started for educated unemployed youths through training & capacity building as paravet for catering to veterinary needs of livestock farmers.

Since 2019, the trust has transformed itself as a comprehensive rural development organization with integrated development approach catering to different needs of rural populace through its work in thematic areas like agriculture, livestock, education, natural resource management, skill development, rural livelihood & women empowerment.