Heart and soul dedicated to Kasargod Dwarf cow

Kasargod calf in Perla

My passion in understanding native Indian cows such as the famed but increasingly rare breed of Kasargod cows led me to Perla, a village in the interiors of Kasargod district, where I had the good privilege of meeting Mr. Nekkaarakaleya Subrahmanyaprasad. Mr. Prasad has been working for the preservation and upliftment of the Kasargod breed for a long time in association with the Gau Bank of Hosanagara Ramachandrapura mutt. The mutt…

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How to make Perfect Curd the Traditional Way

I have found that most women in Kerala are clueless about the correct method. They add 30 to 60 ml of curd or more to the milk with the assumption that this will speed up the process. It only leads to spoiling the taste of curd. Always remember less than one table spoon of previous days’ curd or butter milk is all that is needed to curdle milk. Process Guarantees…

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What went wrong with Cattle Breeding in Kerala?

What has Kerala achieved after 50 plus years of cross breeding and after completely eliminating the local breeds. Hmm, let’s see… Sick and unhealthy cows with an average milk production of 9 liters (8.9 to be precise). Milk looks like water for which dairy farmers are regularly checked with a lacto meter and punished. Milk dependency on other states. More than 95 per cent of the cattle found in Kerala…

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Can (Gomutra) Indian Holy Cow’s urine Really Cure Cancer? will it really Benefit my Health?

Urine, be it of any living being, consists of waste products. Cow’s urine as well. The major constituents of cow’s urine are water, urea and minerals. Urea, the chemical from which the word urine is derived, is toxic when in human blood. Drinking urine is safe since urea is not immediately absorbed into the bloodstream. However, precautions such as collecting urine in a sterile container and consuming within 2 minutes…

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Cattle Trafficking to Kerala – Beef’s own Country

If you feel this article is misleading or against any community. Then you should propound why ancient Indians gave so much importance to cows and no other animals, not even the popular buffalo? Because no other ruminant can help humans in agrarian activity as cows. It can also produce milk and fertilize soil. Definitely they are the survivors of human kind. Buffalo ox can pull cart loads of weight but…

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