Feeding of Cereal Fodder Crops can improve the quality of Desi A2 Gir Cow Ghee

Green Fodder is a Key Food-Stuff  for Cows. Cereal Crop based green fodder makes substantial contribution in Health-Care management of Cows. Green Fodder comprises of Crude Fibre, Crude Protein , Key Minerals along with a good source of energy for Cows. Maize (Makka), Sorghum (Jowar), Oats (Javi) and Millet (Bajra) are Superior Cereal Fodder Crop options.

On  Croplands , Desi Cow (Gir, Sahiwal, Tharparkar, Rathi, Hariana and other A2 Breed) Integrated Farmers cultivate plentiful green fodder using organic cow manure/compost as fertilizer. Crops are grown as per Kharif and Rabi Crop seasons throughout the year.

Mother Nature and Gurus had blessed Punjab, Haryana and Sri Ganganagar District of North West Rajasthan (Punjab Border) with Rivers flowing from Himalayan and Himachal Hills. This Geogaphical Advantage is a helping hand for farmers to grow diverse range of fodder on their farm lands throughout the yearly crop cycles. Cows too feel the love of nature and cherish eating comprehensive range of nutritious food during the year. Farmers  are eternally grateful to Gurus for the Geographical Advantage which had protected Native A2 Desi Cows during the times of Drought and Famine.


Traditional Indian Farmers are aware that feeding Cereal based fodder to cows improve their food intake and digestibility of nutrients. Milk Quality in terms of Protein Content, Fat Content, Somatic Cell Count etc is improved by Good Farming Practices and Feeding Rich Farm-Grown Traditional Green Fodder to Indigenous Cows. Quality of Desi A2 Gir Cow Ghee improves significantly when farmers hand-make A2 Desi Ghee at their farms traditionally through Billona Method and Churning of Whole Curds

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