Posts Tagged ‘save cow’

Who Is Responsible for Cow Slaughter (Gau Hatya)

A video on Sri Krishna’s cow – on the way to Slaughter (Stop Gau Hatya) Click the video describing the basic needs of human today fall cow to Slaughter house. Avoid BathSoap, Toothpaste from multinational companies, also please dont use Leather Shoe and Hand Bags, medicines with cow blood used. Share if you care.

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COWS ARE NOT MILK GENERATING MACHINES All domesticated cows should carry Unique Identification or biometric identity registration. Only Pure Indian Breeds should be registered. No cows should be taken to abattoirs. Beyond death all cows should be buried and all rituals should be followed, the mortal remains should be laid to rest with honor, the remains being bio-degradable, should be converted to compost. The compost thus made has immense potential too, as it makes infertile farmlands to highly fertile. This will help to sensitize the vitality and importance of COW. It should help eliminating the shear importance and greed for milk in people rearing cows. All registered COWS SHOULD GET THE LIBERTY TO GO ON VACATION to spend at least 3 months in their natural habitat. Respective government of the states supported by central laws should earmark space for suchvacations. Their vacations should possibly coincide with their infertile periods. This […]

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Beef Consumption An Ecological And A Health Hazrad

Beef Consumption An Ecological And A Health Hazrad- A Report The Environmental Working Group (EWG) released “Meat Eater’s Guide to Climate Change and Health,” a comprehensive report that suggests : we all need to eat fewer animal products – not just meat, but dairy as well. The guide tracks the lifecycle of the food we eat, from production and processing to consumption and waste disposal.   For instance: Of 20 common proteins and vegetables analyzed, cheese has the third highest greenhouse gas emissions. Beef has the highest, lentils have the lowest. If everyone in the U.S. ate no meat or cheese just one day a week, over a year, the effect on emissions would be the equivalent of taking 7.6 million cars off the road. A 2009 National Cancer Institute study of 500,000 Americans found that the people who ate the most red meat were 20 percent more likely to […]

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