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Caring for Cows

The cow is considered one of our mothers, as she gives us her milk and thus nutures our health and well being. Just as no civilized person would injure or kill their mother, the Vedas teach that to take milk from the cow and then kill her is the same as killing one’s mother. Similarly, the bull is considered like the father because the bull traditionally helps in the tilling of the fields, and thus is to be respected.

We believe protecting cows is a most important component of protecting the earth. According to the ancient Vedic texts the cow is the representative of Mother Earth. And, when the cow and the bull are mistreated, Mother Earth withdraws her bounty.

To protect cow is to protect entire civilization be part of Goloka Cow Farm Expansion. Based on success of the Goloka farm in Redmond, we are emarking on an expansion in Auburn (Black Diamond area) which is situated in the lush Green River valley away from hustle and bustle of city life. At Goloka farm we keep cows and bulls for their precious dung and urine used for composting. We have green house heated by wood buring stive sprouting seeds which we transplant in our garden to produce organic vegetables. Read more...

 

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