Liuying District (柳營區) is known as the home of milk, mainly because of the area’s dairy industry. The dairy farms are mainly located in Baweng Neighborhood (八翁里), and the current stock of cattle was gradually grown from an original herd of six cows. During the 1980s and 1990s, Liuying District Dairy Specialized Zone (柳營區八翁酪農專業區) owned the most dairy cattle, but now, following industry changes and the retirement of the old dairy farmers, the dairy farming households are not as large-scale as before. But it still has over 10,000 dairy cows, and still produces a 1/5 of Taiwan's milk, making it a very important source of fresh milk. All the pastures within the dairy zone are privately owned. Because Taiwan is a small island with a dense population, it is only possible to raise cattle in confined pens, but there is a square where they are allowed to move around. While it may not match up to the scenes of grassland pastures abroad, the unique scenery of Taiwan's home of milk is still worth seeing.