Why Ban on Cow Slaughter Is More Scientific Than Religious
There are numerous reports running around Indian media that banning cow slaughter is denying beef eaters their freedom to eat. These commies always take different stand from the point of views that originates from Vedas and ancient India wisdom. The same bunch of foolish writers go into comatose and are almost dead to question the terrorist attack on freedom of expression – Charlied Hebdo cartoons. The reason being they do not have courage to ask questions to muslims, they are spineless stupids and cowards to pose pragmatic questions to islamic followers. But when it comes to Hindu bashing, they are quick to cite examples of freedom of expression. These thugs will not ask questions why muslims do not give complete freedom to Hindus in their majority areas in India, while the mlecchas enjoy complete freedom in Hindu majority zones. In Kashmir, during Independence day, tricolor flags are burnt but these commies of Indian media become blind, mute and deaf and never solicit information from muslims why they keep their cult above country.
- 1 Ancient Indians Were Masters of Wisdom and Knowledge
- 2 Quality of Desi Milk
- 3 Flexibility of Desi Milk
- 4 Scalability of Cattle Farming and Profits
- 5 How a Proper Care of Desi Cow Can Make Farmer a Millionaire
Ancient Indians Were Masters of Wisdom and Knowledge
Our ancestors were highly intellectual and wise. In ancient times, the health of the cattle decided the fate of the family. The difference between rich and poor was on the methods with which Cow was treated. Rich people always protected cow for long term prosperity. Then Civilians lived peacefully with sustainable affluence. No one ever heard of recession or famine. Cow was treated as mother of all. This tradition was adopted from Vedas.
Cow is still regarded like a mother for Mankind, Industry and Agriculture in various parts of world, especially in India, Brazil, Israel and Fiji. Cow helps in agriculture, transportation, food, medicine, sports, industry, dharmic functions, emotional stability and economy of a Country.
There are many benefits of Cow but to shut up the nonsensical commies, we only need to discuss the benefits of Gau Mata Milk, Gobar and Gau Mutra.
Lets us rebut scientifically the carnivorous brigade of writers who support beef eating at the cost of killing cows. We should analyze the benefit of desi cow milk based on quality checks that is done scientifically to validate the authenticity of the product or invention.
Quality of Desi Milk
The National Bureau of Animal Genetic Research, Karnal, recently demonstrated the superior milk quality of Indian cattle breeds.
- After scanning 22 cattle breeds, scientists concluded that in five high milk-yielding native breeds – Red Sindhi, Sahiwal, Tharparkar, Rathi and Gir – the status of A2 allele of the beta casein gene was 100 per cent.
- In other Indian breeds it was around 94 per cent,
- compared to only 60 per cent in exotic breeds like Jersey and HF.
The A2 allele is responsible for making available more Omega-6 fatty acids in milk.
The pure Indian breed desi cow produces A2 milk, which contains less Betacosmophorine-7 (BCM-7), as opposed to the hybrid cows which generally produce A1 milk.
A2 milk is of high quality with numerous health benefits. A2 milk is considered as health tonic across Globe. And Indian desi cows produce only A2 milk.
A1 Vs A2 Milk and Merits of Desi Cow A2 Milk over Jersey Cow A1 Milk
Studies made in New Zealand has revealed that A1 milk of foreign breeds of cows is the major cause of-
- High blood pressure.
- Metabolic degenerative disease.
- Autism, Diabetes type -1 in children.
- Mental disorder in old age.
The countries which started adopting A2 milk for their citizens include: Britain, Ireland, New Zealand. Sale of healthy A2 milk in Britain and Ireland had reached £ 1 million the first year of its launch. A2 milk is now available in 1000 stores across UK and Ireland, including big retailers like Tesco, Morrison and Co-op. In Australia and New Zealand, A2 milk long before became the fastest preferred with a share of 8 per cent of the milk market, the sales increasing by 60 per cent in a year.
“100 per cent of milk of desi cattle breeds contains the A2 allele making it richer in nutrients and much healthier than the milk of exotic cattle breeds.” – NBAGR
If you are drinking A1 milk, the chances are that in the long term you are likely to suffer from allergies, diabetes, obesity and cardio-vascular diseases. While the exotic cattle breeds may be producing higher milk but because of the concentration of A1 allele gene in their bodies, the milk they produce is much inferior in quality. As per a research done in London on types of milk, the commonly consumed milk globally contains A1 allele leading to allergies, causing bloating, abdominal pain, nausea, diarrhea and constipation. Indians are very fortunate to have desi cow milk which had 100% A2 milk. Rest of the world are trying hard to get Indian desi cows in their countries so that high quality A2 milk is consumed by them. But here in India, we are mocking our luck by slaughtering our blessed desi cows. Who will be the most foolish in this world than we Indians.
Similarly, a study published in the scientific journal Infant has linked A1 milk with increased risk of type 1 diabetes in some infants, adverse immune responses, digestive disorders and respiratory dysfunction. It is primarily for the health advantages that A2 milk offers that singer Dannii Minogue, who was faced with digestive disorders, became a brand ambassador for the A2 milk.
China too emerged as a strong market for A2 milk after the scandal surrounding the sale of spurious baby milk powder some years back. It is expected, China’s consumption of A2 milk in the rapidly growing infant food market will double by 2020.
Now the world is reverting to quality of milk over quantity.
The economic benefits of desi Indian cattle breeds are high and cost effective compared to cross breeds.
A2 milk builds up immunity, it certainly has a big advantage over the commonly sold milk. Some of the big Indian Gau shalas breed desi Cow others imitated foreign cross bred cows and destroyed the quality of milk in return of shallow profits.
Now compare this to the beef eating habits, what these beef eaters contribute to the society.
Flexibility of Desi Milk
Desi cow milk can be used to make high quality desi products; desi ghee, dahi, shreekhand, chaach, chhena, malai and khoa. Sweets made of organic desi milk products have nutritional value.
Some of the Benefits of Desi Cow Milk and its different products are:
- As per Ayurvedic treatment, Cow Ghee helps in the growth and development of Children’s brain
- Regular consumption increases good (HDL) cholesterol (and not bad LDL cholestrol)
- Stimulates digestion and aids absorption of fat soluble vitamins
- An excellent all round anti-ageing vegetarian food & external applicant on the skin
The components in Desi Cow milk are so flexible and rich in Vitamins that simply drinking milk can easily compensate nutritional component of a missed balance diet.
- It has amino acids which make its protein easily digestible
- It is good for kidney
- It is a rich source of Vitamins like A, B2 and B3 which help increasing immunity
- Desi Cow Milk helps in reducing acidity
- Reduces chances of peptic ulcer
- Helps in reducing chances of colon, breast and skin cancer
- Desi Cow milk prevents the formation of serum cholesterol
Scalability of Cattle Farming and Profits
A living Cow makes you millionaire while a dead Cow in the form of meat help in weakening the economy and rise in the number of patients. Beef eating give rise to several diseases, ailments – cardiovascular diseases, alzheimer’s disease, indigestion, acidity, liver failure, colon cancer, heart strokes, and highly possible epidemic like mad cow.
To consider cattle business as profitable source of income, we have to factor in other benefits associated with desi cattle; dung, urine and labor.
Common pathogens of beef: salmonella, serovars, shigella, staphylococcus, aureus, listeria and monocytogenes. Every year in the United States, 6.5 million to 33 million cases of illness are diagnosed due to microbial pathogens which occur due to just raw meat (imagine the deteriorating impact when the same meat is intake in the form of food), with about 900,000 deaths occurring annually as well. According to a multi-state study published in the America Journal of Preventative Medicine, the annual cost of disease caused by meat food borne pathogens is estimated to be anywhere from 9.3 to 12.9 billion dollars in medical costs and productivity losses. Most of these diseases come from contact with contaminated raw meat (which include beef), although other “vehicles of transmission” are becoming more and more frequent due to global travel. However, the main source of disease caused by microbial pathogens is usually raw meat (beef, etc). The type of pathogen present varies depending on the type of meat eaten.
Study and Research of DAH and GAU on Benefits of Cattle
The experiments were carried out by Department of Animal Husbandry and Gujarat Agricultural University (Veterinary Colleges S.K. Nagar & Anand) within the age group of 16 to 25 years. The study covered different age groups of 156 (78 pairs) bullocks above the age of 16 years. The aged bullocks i.e. above 16 years age generated 0.68 horse power draft output per bullock while the prime bullock generated 0.83 horse power per bullock during carting/hauling draft work in a summer with about more than 42 degree. The study proves that 93% of aged bullock above 16 years of age are still useful to farmers as opposed to claims made by cattle slaughters.
Contrary to the misconception that beef eaters and cattle slaughters propagate killing, old cattle are also of same value as younger ones so they must also be protected and not killed. The value of dung is much more than even the famous “Kohinoor” diamond. An old bullock gives 5 tonnes of dung and 343 pounds of urine in a year which can help in the manufacture of 20 carts load of composed manure. This would be sufficient for manure need of 4 acres of land for crop production. The right to life is a fundamental right and it can be basically protected only with proper food and feeding and cheap and nutritious food grains required for feeding can be grown with the help of dung. Thus the most fundamental thing to the fundamental right of living for the human being is bovine dung. (Ref. Report of National Commission on Cattle, Vol.III, Page 1063-1064)
Killing bullock is actually increasing unemployment and butchers are actually helping the cause of unemployment. The dung cake as well as meat of bullock are both commercial commodities. If one bullock is slaughtered for its meat can sustain the butchers trade for only a day. For the next day’s trade another bullock is to be slaughtered. But if the bullock is not slaughtered, about 5000-6000 dung cakes can be made out of its dung per year, and by the sale of such dung cake one person can be sustained for the whole year. If a bullock survives even for five years after becoming otherwise useless it can provide employment to a person for five years whereas to a butcher, bullock can provide employment only for a day.
The utility of desi Indian cattle urine has a great role in the field of pharmaceuticals as well as in the manufacturing of pesticides. The Goseva Ayog, Govt. of Gujarat under Chief Minister Narendra Modi had commissioned study for “Testing insecticides properties of cow urineagainst various insect pests”. The study was carried out by Dr. G.M. Patel, Principal Investigator, Department of Entomology, C.P. College of Agriculture, S.D. Agricultural University, Sardar Krishi Nagar, Gujarat. The study has established that insecticides formulations prepared using cow urine emerged as the most reliable treatment for their effectiveness against sucking pest of cotton. The conclusion of study is dung & urine of even aged bullocks are also useful and have proved major effect of role in the Indian economy.
There are many options in fodder and require almost no expenses. Types of fodders used are sugarcane tops, leaves of banana, baggase, wheat bhoosa and farming industry byproducts etc – these are available in plenty.
Labor work of bullocks cannot be accomplished by humans. Bullocks are irreplacable for most of the tasks. The aged bullocks were utilized for different purposes like agricultural operations (ploughing, planking, harrowing, hoeing, threshing) and transport-hauling of agricultural produce, feeds and fodders of animals, drinking water, construction materials (bricks, stones, sand grits etc.) and for sugarcane crushing/khandsari making. On an average the bullocks were yoked for 3 to 6 hours per working day and 100 to 150 working days per year. Under Indian conditions the reported values for working days per year ranges from 50 to 100 bullock paired days by small, medium and large farmers. Thus, the agricultural operations-draft output are still being taken up from the aged bullocks by the farmers. The farmers feed concentrates, green fodders and dry fodders to these aged bullocks and maintain the health of these animals considering them an important segment of their families. Farmers love their bullocks.
Sanatan Dharma (Hinduism) Respecting Desi Cows, Bulls and Cattles Has Scientific Explanation
Aged bullocks are as healthier as young bullocks. The aged bullocks are fit to work for 6 hours (morning 3 hours + afternoon 3 hrs.) per day. Average Hb content (g%) at the start of work was observed to be 10.72 g% and after 3 hours of work 11.14g%, indicating the healthy state of bullocks. The increment in the haemoglobin content after 3 to 4 hours of work was also within the normal range and in accordance with prime bullocks under study as well as the reported values for working bullocks.
Butchers try hard to convince farmers that the cows are slaughtered in India because the owner of the cow finds it difficult to maintain her after she stops yielding milk. This pursuation is done because it is generally believed that milk is the only commodity obtained from cows, which is useful and can be sold in exchange of cash. This notion is totally wrong. Cow yields products other than milk, which are valuable and saleable. Thus the dung as well as the urine of cow can be put to use by owner himself or sold to persons or organizations to process them. The Commission noticed that there are a good number of organizations (goshalas) which keep the cows rescued while being carried to slaughter houses. Very few of such cows are milk yielding. Such organizations use the urine and dung produced by these cows to prepare Vermi-compost or any other form of bio manure and urine for preparing pest repellents. The money collected by the sale of such products is normally sufficient to allow maintenance of the cows. In some cases, the urine and dung is used to prepare the medical formulations also. The organizations, which are engaged in such activities, are making profits also. In order to make profit calculation simple, the amounts are calculated as average of per cow per day. It is obvious the research conducted in 2004 showed that expenditure per cow is Rs. 15-25 cow/day. While the income from urine/dung sale is Rs. 25-35 cow-day. These averages make it clear that the belief that cows which do not yield milk are unprofitable and burden for the owner is totally false. In fact it can be said that products of cow are sufficient to maintain them even without milk. The milk in such cases is only a by\026product.
How a Proper Care of Desi Cow Can Make Farmer a Millionaire
The materialistic world only understands the langauge of money because they kill Cows for money. The calculation is representational fact from the SC judgement of 2005, value of money considered with present inflation rate.
Income If Cow is Killed
Butcher take Cow from farmer after paying Rs. 2500/-. If Cow is killed the total income generated is only Rs. 7000/-
The break-up of total amount that a butcher gets is:
Total 70 kgs meat obtained from Cow
Exported Meat price is Rs. 60/kg,
25 litres of blood gives Rs. 1200,
Cow Bone gives Rs. 1600.
So after killing Cow, farmer gets Rs. 2500/- while butcher gets Rs. 4500/-. If there are only 5 to 10 Cows then approximately 50 to 100 litres of water is wasted in cleaning the surface where the Cow slaughter is done, when considered the volume of water which is drained after killing crores of Cows, it exceeds wastage of billions of litres of clean water. This volume of water loss is huge dent to the scarce water resource of agricultural India.
Income When Desi Cow is Allowed to Live
A living healthy Cow,
Offer 7 litres of milk daily:
1 litre milk sold at Rs. 40/- so 365 days X 7 litres X Rs 40/litre = 1,02,200 which is approx. Rs. 1 Lac
Gives 10 kg Cow Dung(Gobar) daily:
With 1 kg Cow Dung(Gobar) 33 litres of fertilizer is made, 1 kg fertilizer costs Rs. 10/- which means 10kg Gobar gives it 33 X 10 = 330 litres of fertilizer. The total annual income from Gobar fertilizer is 330 litres X 365 days X Rs. 10 fertilizer per kg = 12,04,500 which is Rs. 12 lacs.
Gives 3 litres of Cow Urine daily:
1 kg Cow Urine (Gau Mutra) is sold for minimum cost of Rs. 600/litre to companies who produce medicinal products from Gau Mutra (Gau Mutra has 3 patents in US, the same hypocrite US scientists who used to ridicule Indians on Cow Urine and Cow Dung are benefiting from it, selling Urine and Dung products). So 3 litres of Gau Mutra = 3 X 600 X 365 = 6,57,000 which is approx 6.5 lacs so including sale of Milk, Gau Mutra and Gobar a healthy Cow generates revenue of approx. 20 lacs, When a healthy cow lives for 20 years that cow for whole her life generates revenue of 4 crores of Rupees with an investment of hardly 2,20,000/- (2 lac twenty thousand) based on the expenses incurred in feeding the Cow.
Those who advocate beef eating while killing cattles, should check scientific value, monetary benefit before painting it with religious color. Spread this Save Cow post in social media sites with your family, friends and colleagues to protect Desi Cow, Gau Mata.