A2 Cultured Cow Ghee Made from Whole Curd
A2 Desi Cow Ghee is made at our Farm from milk of own cows grazing freely. After feeding calves, our Gwalas hand milk cows twice daily.
This Super Milk is then boiled , cooled at appropriate temperature, cultured with our own curds and kept for conversion into whole curd. The curd is then churned for deriving butter (makkhan) out, which is further heated and melted traditionally for giving you superior quality pure Desi Cow A2 Ghee.
Ayurveda states that Ghee is a “Yogavahi” – a catalytic agent that carries the medicinal properties of herbs into the seven “dhatus” or tissues of the body. Ghee pacifies “pitta” and “vata” and is acceptable in moderation for “kapha”. Ghee is Digestive and it nourishes “ojas”, “tejas” and “prana”. Ghee is good for improving memory and lubricates the connective tissues.
Desi Cow A2 Ghee is heaven-sent for lactose intolerant, it leads to a happy tummy
We, Saahi-Gir are a Desi (A2) Cow Breeding Farm in Rajasthan
In Sri Ganganagar City of Rajasthan bordering Pakistan, we are dedicated to producing nutritious milk and milk products by taking special care of our Indigenous Herd of Cows (Sahiwal, Gir, Rathi and Tharparkar). The farm is owned and maintained by a family who invests countless hours into making the best Ghee available to you. Our family is dedicated to adopt best farming and dairy practices to keep our Indigenous (A2) Cow Herd happy and healthy. We understand that it is in best interest of Cows to run Dairy Farm along with maintaining Agricultural Land. On our land, we specifically grow forage and fodder crops to be grazed freely by our Cows. We include plants such as Jowar (Sorghum), Javi (Oats), Bajri (Millets), Makka (Maize), Guar etc. Our Cow Yard provides us sufficient organic manure which helps us in cultivating fodder crops organically. Our land is irrigated through Distributory Rivers of Indira Gandhi Canal with water running from Himalayas through Punjab which is our bordering state. Due to these natural benefits, our agricultural belt is named as "Food Basket of India". This backward integration of our Cow Farming supports us in producing superior quality of "A2 Desi Cow Ghee"
Every time You shop at our farm's website, you've surely thought that your food is coming from somewhere nearby. And you're definitely right. Every time you eat or drink , you are either feeding disease or are fighting it. So, it is very important to know where your food comes from and who makes it. It is also important to know the lifecycle of food you consume
Feeding Wheat Dry Fodder to Our Cows
Vermicompost in the Making for Our Farm Land
Protein Rich Gram Dry Fodder for Our Cows
In House Fodder Cultivation
Organic Cow Manure for Farmland
Organic Vermicompost for Farmland
Gopashtami Poojan 2020 at Shree Saahi Gir Gaudham
GOWARDHAN POOJA 2021 AT SHREE SAAHI GIR GAUDHAM
A1 (Exotic Foreign Breeds) and A2 (Native Indian Breeds) Cows
Our Country is fast transforming into a “Big Consumer Market” and our buying and taste habits had rapidly changed after we integrated into the global economy in 1991.
So like many other Traditional Products “Desi Ghee” had also transformed its identity from “Home Made” to “Packaged Food”. Slowly and Slowly, we all got far away from the “Source of Ghee” – Milk !
Decades back there was no such term as A1 or A2 in India with respect to milk or products derived out of milk like Butter, Ghee, Mawa, Chaach/Chaas/ Lassi (Butter Milk) etc. Our mothers and grandmas used to make all these super-food at home.
In 1970s , “The White Revolution in India” was conceptualized with an aim to make our country self-dependent on milk production. This revolution was also termed as “Operation Flood”. As an economy, our country achieved a lot in terms of increasing milk production for its citizens and we transformed from a milk-deficient country to one of the largest milk producing countries of the world.
One of the features of “Operations Flood” was to adopt new and modern methods for milk cows. The project emphasized on imported breed of cows like Holstein Friesian and Jersey since foreign breeds (A1) gave higher milk yields though were not suited to Indian climatic conditions and were disease prone. With this change in our Country’s agricultural ecosystem, our “Native Indian Breeds” like Sahiwal, Gir, Tharparkar, Rathi , Hariana and others (A1) decimated. These foreign breed of cows which made entry into households of our farmers, were GMO (Genetically Modified Cows).
A little bit of your time will help you know more about difference between A1 and A2 type of cows and their milk – please experience Google Search.
By Pooja Setia (Saahi Gir Cattle Breeders Limited – A Family Managed Native Indian Breeds (A2) Cow Farm in Rajasthan at Punjab Border)
September 14, 2020
Gir Cow Ghee Prices
Gir Cow Ghee Prices
Gir Cow Ghee is available at varied prices across online stores. Today, farmers and gaushalas (traditional Indian Cow farms) are also managing their own online stores so as to reach end consumers. What is the Best Price of Authentic Gir Cow Ghee ? In current times, this question is relevant both for consumers as well as traditional cow farmers who rear indigenous cows (Indian Humped Cows)
Unlike industrialized businesses , farming depends a lot on nature. Here, we are trying to explain the reasons contributing to downward or upward revision in prices of Gir Cow Ghee. These factors impact milk production and the cost involved in producing milk. A best price of Gir Cow Ghee is the one which benefits both – A Farmer and and A Consumer.