Suyaladalai is an ordinary herdsman in Sulide Sumu, Uxin Banner. In 1996, he began to specialize in breeding and started research on agriculture and animal husbandry mechanization. He is now looking for the ways to save manpower and increase income. In recent years, rural labor shortage has been a common occurrence. The workers are either relatively old or already working on high wages. Given these problems, Suyaladalai, in the past few years, has spent over RMB 250,000 to develop rail-shaped feeder and automatic livestock water dispenser. He started mass production of automatic livestock water dispenser back in in 2012. He is now conducting research on feed blending machine, lamb nursing machine and other animal husbandry machineries. Suyaladalai frequently conducts market surveys, introduces new varieties and new technologies into animal husbandry, and does his best to find new solutions such as unmanned aerial vehicle, livestock satellite positioning and remote controlled remote monitoring for agriculture and animal husbandry. These machines save manpower to some extent, decrease labor intensity, and raise the income for farmers and herdsmen. For example, a general laborer can feed 40-50 cattle a day, whereas, through feeding machine, 400-500 cattle can be fed, thereby reducing manpower by 90%. By saving RMB 120 per person daily, a feeding machine saves over RMB 10,000 every year. Automatic water dispenser not only saves manpower, but also ensures that livestock can drink water at any time, which contributes to the growth of livestock. Such autonomic solutions enhance economic efficiency and save resources. Moreover, these are environment-friendly and freeze-proof, and obtain national patent certificates. These solutions are now included into agricultural machinery subsidy catalog of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Since products came into the market in 2011, till date, about 4,000 products have been sold, which continue to benefit a lot of herdsmen. Autonomic solutions have motivated a majority of herdsmen to shift from the traditional grazing conventions to digital and intelligent grazing products. In 2014, Suyaladalai won the honorable title of “Model Worker of Ordos City”. In 2015, he was awarded the prestigious title of “Model Worker of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region”.