Kodo millet was domesticated in India almost 3000 years ago. It is found across the old world in humid habitats of tropics and subtropics. It is a minor grain crop in India and an important crop in the Deccan plateau. It is a very hardy crop that is drought tolerant and can survive on marginal soils where other crops may not survive, and can supply 450-900 kg of grain per hectare. Its slender, light green leaves grow to be 20 to 40 centimeters in length. The seeds it produces are very small and ellipsoidal, being approximately 1.5 mm in width and 2 mm in length; they vary in colour from being light brown to a dark grey. In India, it is largely grown in parts of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Odisha and Bihar. It is Used different method and area. In India, kodo millet is ground into flour and used to make pudding. In Africa it is cooked like rice. It is also a good choice for animal fodder for cattle, goats, pigs, sheep, and poultry. High in Nutrition which is good for children.