How care and close to Gau mata

1) Protection and Welfare: Cows are considered sacred and are protected and cared for. People ensure their safety, provide shelter, and ensure they have access to clean water and nutritious food.

2) Respect and Compassion: Gau Mata is treated with respect and compassion. People show kindness towards cows and avoid causing them harm or discomfort.

3) Cow Shelters and Sanctuaries: Organizations and individuals establish cow shelters or sanctuaries where cows can live in a safe and nurturing environment. These places provide medical care and attention to aged or injured cows.

4) Goshalas: Goshalas are traditional shelters or sanctuaries dedicated to the care and well-being of cows. They provide food, shelter, and medical facilities to cows, ensuring their overall health.

5) Gaushalas and Organic Farming: Some farmers maintain a harmonious relationship with cows by practicing organic farming methods. Cow dung and urine are utilized as natural fertilizers and pesticides, promoting sustainable and eco-friendly agricultural practices.

Care: Daily cow care, medical care, once a month routine check-up, emergency care

Food: Green grass, dry grass, jaggery, grains (wheat, rice, corn, barley, bajra, jowar, gram), chana churi, mung daal churi, toor daal churi, urad daal churi, desi cottonseeds, haldi, taramira seeds, ajwain, coconut cake, groundnut cake (desi), sesame cake, yellow mustard cake, sprout chana

Additional nutrition: Herbs such as satavari, amla, harde, giloy, ashwagandha, brahmi, shankh pushpin, gokharu, mishri, white muesli, mulethi, aloe vera, baldana, bhumi amla, tulsi leaves

Equipment & facilities: Grass shredding machines, transportation vehicles, jumbo fans, clean, hygienic indoor & outdoor sheds, gutters for proper cleanliness, 24 hours clean water connection, large grazing field, lush green trees for cool breeze

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