Broiling of lamb under high input feeding system in developing countries is a very excellent tool for meat production within given time as compare to traditional feeding system. High input feeding system enhances the meat production up to three times as compare to traditional feeding system. In most developing countries the lambs are predominantly raised for meat production under grazing system. In this system, growth is compromised due to poor quality pasture characterized by low in energy and nitrogen contents and high fiber contents. Thus, the low quality nutrition is the main cause of poor growth rate and poor health. In this feeding system one can''t plan to meet the future demand of meat. Under these prevailing conditions, there is a need to develop an integrated commercially viable feeding system which can maximize growth rate of lambs. Feeding lambs with nutrients rich (high protein and high energy) diets seems a choice for improved mutton production. Nutrients rich feeding system ensures sufficient supply of nutrients which ultimately not only increases weight gain of growing lambs but also improves meat quality of broiling lambs.