Irrigation was considered the modern technique of irrigation throughout the colonial period. It resulted in significant changes not only in the agricultural processes of the impacted region, such as crop pattern and density, but also in social, economic, cultural, political, and ecological processes. The value of live stock is extremely important in traditional agrarian societies. The question arises how does modern technology, such as canals, affect conventional agricultural practises? Also, how have canals influenced the region's living stocks? This Paper focuses on these issues.