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A decade ago, organic milk was available only in select health food stores. Now it is in the cooler of every major American supermarket and around the world. We are predicting that we can inaugurate another trend that will quickly prove to be far more beneficial and lucrative than organic milk from grass fed cows.
There are many millions of vegetarians and animal lovers in America and around the world who would prefer milk from happier, healthier, and more productive cows that are allowed to keep and nurse their calves within herds that will never be
subject to slaughter. We call this milk Ahimsa Milk, ahimsa being the well known term for non-violence to man or beast. As experienced dairymen have demonstrated, Ahimsa Milk presently costs twice as much to produce in industrialized economies than what is popularly available. However, there are millions of consumers who will be happy to pay the extra cost to make Ahimsa Milk a reality once they grasp the vision of the health, social and ecological benefits for trending in this direction. And it is our job to create that vision, the technology, and the economic system to make it a reality. Moreover, there are already in place many cow protection organizations that will promote and distribute Ahimsa Milk.
Ahimsa Milk is healthier and happier for cows and humans, as well as the earth we all share. Those for whom the costs might appear to be too high will learn how to consume less milk and appreciate it more. And as we develop new technologies to gainfully employ oxen, the cost of Ahimsa Milk will come down. There are also many humanitarian individuals and organizations that will he
lp to make Ahimsa Milk affordable for all.
There is nothing more pleasant, peaceful, and natural than draft animal agriculture, and no system can be more sustainable, because it is perfectly in accord with natural law. The by products of cows nourish crops, which in turn nourish people and animals. Cows, bulls, calves, and working oxen provide milk, power, manure, and peace of mind, as well as jobs, companionship and natural beauty, and their increasing use will create new industries and technologies such as oxen electric, transportation, tourism, and harnessing. The earth, man, and cows are perfectly designed for one another.
We are asking investors, agriculturalists and inventors to develop traditional cow, bull and oxen agriculture alongside modern industrial models to compliment one another, each serving as a back up for the other and maximizing the effectiveness of the other. To do so is to invoke the blessings of our God given creative intelligence as well as the genius of the natural world.
Fairfield, Iowa, home of the Maharishi University of Management, The International Government of World Peace* and Vedic City, is certainly the best place in America to do this, and quite possibly the best hope for integrating the blessings of the eternal Vedic principles of totally sustainable agriculture within the modern world.
WHY PROTECT COWS AND THEIR OFFSPIRING
Quotes from Cows Are Cool, Love ‘Em, by Dr. Sahadeva Das, PhD (cowism.com)
“According to organic farmer Rosamund Young, author of The Secret Life of Cows, cows ‘can be highly intelligent, moderately so, or slow to understand; friendly, considerate, aggressive, docile, inventive, dull, proud or shy.’
“According to recent research, in addition to having distinct personalities, cows are generally very intelligent animals who can remember things for a long time. Animal behaviorists have fou
nd that cows interact in socially complex ways, developing friendships over time, sometimes holding grudges against cows or men who treat them badly, forming social hierarchies within their herds, and choosing leaders based upon intelligence. They are emotionally complex as well and even have the capacity to worry about the future.
“For meat eaters, once they were a byword for mindless docility. But modern research is finding out that cows have a complex mental life. Of course, even a child in traditional cultures knew this all along.”
A FEW WAYS TO ENGAGE OXEN
1. Oxen have traditional uses such as plowing, turning grist mills, and hauling loads.
2. They are now being used to turn generators attached to mills and can power generators attached to ox carts to charge and distribute batteries.
3. Their manure is used to fertilize fields, dry and burn for fuel, make incense, and produce smoke for mosquito repellent.
4. Manure can also be used in flooring.
5. Manure has antiseptic qualities.
6. Placed in anaerobic digesters, manure produces heat, as well as methane and carbon dioxide that can be bubbled at high pressure through water to free up the methane by absorbing the carbon dioxide, thus producing enriched water to grow algae for food and bio-fuel. The solid residue has also been used as a replacement for sawdust providing bedding for cows.
7. Cow urine is used medicinally in traditional cultures, especially India.
8. Oxen give happiness to their mothers and fathers as well as their human handlers to increase health and productivity.
9. They provide therapeutic companionship (or cowpanionship) for humans and even across animal species.
10. They aerate and fertilize grass meadows with their hooves, manure, and urine, thus facilitating the rapid development of rich, fresh meadows when grazed rotationally.
11. They can haul loads and equipment in terrain not accessible to machinery.
12. Grazing cows and oxen restore fields compacted by tractors and poisoned by chemical fertilizers.
13. Cows and oxen have an uncanny gift for creating safe, easy to climb cow trails up hills and mountains, as every hiker knows.
14. Oxen create tourist appeal simply by their presence as well as use in transportation.
15. Oxen evoke love from their mothers that results in high quality milk and longer lactation periods.
16. Oxen are used in Vedic ceremonies to promote happiness and auspisciousness.
17. After their natural death, their bodies provide leather, meat for pets, and calcium rich bones.
A SIMPLE ECCONOMIC CONSIDERATION
Charging twice as much for Ahimsa Milk should easily cover the maintenance costs for twice the number of members of the herd. Grazing oxen do not require the expense of milking parlors, milking machines, milk processing, storage and refrigeration, packaging and handling. Moreover, they can be an economic asset as described above.
HerdShare Community Supported Agriculture is already in use in the United States, and provides a model for funding the production of Ahimsa Milk. It also provides small producers with a vehicle for avoiding government regulations on commercial dairies which would stifle small producers and communities.
A QUAINT, INSPIRING VISSION
Imagine an electric hybrid ox cart bus route in Fairfield, IA, that runs from the Agiro Center, down to the domes and Utopia Park, along B Street to the water park, up to Everybody’s, and then on to the square or even the Hy Vee. Generators attached to the wheels provide downhill braking and charge batteries to run motors for uphill climbs, and power lighting, a sound system, and climate control for riders. When the oxen drop manure, the standard practice will be to collect it at once for processing into go-bar that can later be sold from the cart for fuel, fertilizer and fun shaped souvenirs for tourists. Systems, such as highly absorbent sponging, can be developed to capture their urine. On weekends, during Friday night art walk, and at special events, the hybrid ox buses can travel scenic routes through Fairfield to attract and delight tourists. The carts will also distribute hot milk, hot cocoa and refrigerated, fresh Ahimsa Milk from their mothers.
We are now taking orders for burfi style Homemade Ahimsa Cowramels. $8.00 small bag of 8 to 10 pieces.
We are now taking orders for burfi style Homemade Ahimsa Cowramels. $8.00 small bag of 8 to 10 pieces.
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Dr. Francis Thicke, Ph.D. of Radiance Dairy in Fairfield , IA , (http://www.radiancedairy.com) has offered me all his male calves if I can engage and protect them from the slaughter houses. I am currently researching ways to use oxen to produce electricity by turning generators. I understand that the devotees at Bhaktivedanta Manor are going to attach a generator to their grinding mill. I’m also thinking about a design for an ox cart with a generator attached to the wheels that can be used to charge batteries, or as a portable source of power.
Dr. Thicke, who recently ran for Iowa 's Secretary of Agriculture and is gaining popularity, has written a book for all farmers which definitely points in the right direction. Chapters 12-13 explain how by imitating the migrational patterns of buffalo via the use of small paddocks, barren fields can be easily transformed into lush meadows simply by confining herds to new small areas each day to graze upon rejuvenated grasses as they fertilize and aerate the soil, and then rotating them through successive paddocks for 20 - 40 days to allow the paddock pastures to regenerate. I've seen documentaries of baron areas turned lush and green by this method.
Dr. Thicke's book, A New Vision For Iowa Food and Agriculture, Sustainable Agriculture For The 21st Century, can be downloaded free athttp://c2494932.cdn.cloudfiles.rackspacecloud.com/a-new-vision-for-iowa.pdf
I am praying that an experienced and knowledgeable Krishna Conscious dairyman will come forward to work with me on this project. Even a little time spent in collaboration will accomplish a great deal.
I beg to remain the eternal servant of Krishna ’s eternal servants
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Organize to influence commercial dairies to fill the demand for herds of protected cows, bulls, calves, and oxen.
Demonstrate that cow protection is part of the natural law that maintains us.
Encourage Integrated Cow Management, ICM, a blend of organic and minimal medical and chemical management instead of strictly organic to reduce costs, modeled after Integrated Pest Management, IPM currently being used in crop production. This will reduce costs to help protect the cows, the earth, and human society.
People are willing to pay extra for organic milk, why not pay extra for milk the way it's been produced since the beginning of dairy farming, long before the unenlightened industrial revolution.
Spiritual and vegetarian humanity is willing to pay the costs for dairy products from herds that are protected from the slaughter houses.
We can also encourage development of modern commercial uses for happy oxen.
Organize to influence commercial dairies to fill the demand for protected herds of cows, bulls, calves, and oxen.
Demonstrate the happy alternative to animal abuse and exploitation.
Create positive modern uses for happy oxen, such as generating electricity, transportation, tourist and recreational uses, along side of traditional uses.
Be happy on God's Green Earth!
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