Gaia-The Earthly Deity. – Posted in: Cow Talk, General, Uncategorized, Updates

Gaia is the Greek goddess who personified the earth. She is considered a Mother Goddess. Her name comes from two elements. “Ge” meaning “Earth” and “Aia” meaning “Grandmother.” This name was revived by author James Lovelock in 1979 in his book entitled: “Gaia: A New Look at Life on Earth.” His hypothesis proposes that living organisms and inorganic material are part of a dynamic system that shapes the Earth’s biosphere and maintains the Earth as…

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Special Relationships – Posted in: Cow Talk, General, Uncategorized

As I sit here with my laptop, I am surrounded by three dogs (two ancient) one Cavalier three years old and two rescued puppies, one newly adopted and one we are fostering until a new family can be found. I am working. The furry souls in various degrees of slumber are aware of this, and are simply keeping me company as I work. The relationship between man and beast has been well documented throughout history.…

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Organic Milk, is it enough? – Posted in: Uncategorized

Perhaps the Organic standards, set by the Soil Association or one of four other agencies seem poor by our “noble” standards. But the alternative lifestyles for regular dairy herds are indeed bleak in comparison. The positive rules for the well-being of the organic herd, although unlike our herd, still slaughter-based have a profound, positive effect on the lives of the cows, bulls and calves in their care. A herd on an organic farm spend at least…

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Ahimsa Slaughter-free Milk now on sale – Posted in: Uncategorized

Organic milk from cows that will never see the inside of a slaughter-house when their milking days are over, was delivered for the first time last week. This brings about a revolution in milk production. No cow, calf or bull will ever be slaughtered to bring this quality product to the breakfast table. Instead they will be protected for life, ensuring families can be confident no animal will suffer to bring them milk. The breakthrough…

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