grazing small animals in fields after cotton picking proved to be an effective management tool for pink boll worm. A study at Central Cotton Research Institute Multan (Pakistan) reveals that over 70% of infested bolls were reduced in fields after grazing of goats or sheep. The Department of Agriculture encourage growers to let the animals graze in cotton fields after picking and before cutting cotton sticks. It is worth mentioning here that cotton sticks are used as fire wood in the rural areas and if not grazed, sticks stored for future use act as prime source of incubation of infested cotton bolls by PBW. This results sever early attack on new cotton crop.