For the population of Liuying (柳營), Baweng village(li; 八翁里) is simply referred to as Ba-lao-ye village (八老爺), and this place had previously been an important source of cow milk for Taiwan. Once the first generation of farmers had moved on, and due to structural changes within the industry which meant that there were less farming households located on the Ba-lao-ye site, some ranches became tourist ranches along with Bao-lao-ye.The ranch no longer relies primarily on production features and now has a restaurant and sells dairy products, in a nod to its previous function. Dairy cows roam the lush green meadow outside, and although not that numerous, their presence allows tourists to experience first-hand what it is like to milk a cow and to feed cattle. Among the cows, donkeys, llamas, rabbits, and goats can also be seen. These cute and amenable animals are well taken care of on the land and lead a healthy and active lifestyle, receiving any veterinary treatment they need. They have a healing effect on the visitors they come into close contact with.