How to turn old cows profitable?
How to solve India’s cattle menace? An average cow has a milking span of only seven years, whereas it has a lifespan of about 18-25 years. This indicates that for a dairy farmer, a cow becomes a burden after the milking span. This burden is highly reflected on Indian roads in the form of stray cattle. In some parts of the country, the cow protection groups take care of these abandoned cattle. Even though they protect them on religious grounds, these cattle are economically a burden for them. This is where cow-based farming shows us that an Indian-origin cow is a profit in every aspect. Let us know how this farming model works! Crop farmer earns, not a dairy farmer! An Indian-origin cow is not only about A2 milk, but also the quality of dung and urine they produce. A freely grazed Indian cow’s dung is full of beneficial microbes, which can be augmented by using nutrient supplements like jaggery. With some more additions, this becomes excellent manure for crops. Similarly, co