We the team of goshala are Desi cow devotes. We love Indian samskriti (tradition). The team (founders) who are working here are devotees of cows who live on their own professions. Our team is having a good experience in aspects like Dairy management, Ayurveda and also in Natural farming. Setting up a goshala is not at all a tuff job which is a single time investment, but maintaining it in a proper way is the hardest task because every day the cows require nutritious food which is a recurring expense. Presently there are 40 + cows and 3 calves in our goshala, per month a single cow requires at least a good amount for maintenance. As a solution we found that there must be a regular income source from the cow itself. So, we planned to get income by selling products (milk, ghee etc) at our goshala to the public. This is the main reason of our sales.
Kankrej is a heavy breed and is found in Rann of Kutch region of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Animals are mostly grey coloured. Males are slightly darker than females. Face is short, but the forehead is broad.
This is famous for its draught qualities and is found around Mysore in Karnataka state. This is a typical Mysore type breed, and is the originator of many present-day South Indian breeds.
Malnad Gidda ( Shimoga, Chikamagalur, North Canara, parts of Hassan, Coorg, Belgaum and Dharwad) and coastal districts (Udupi and Mangalore) in Karnataka.
Cattle breeds can be broadly classified into 3 major types according to their utility: (i) Milch breeds – Sahiwal, Red Sindhi, Gir and Rathi; (ii) Draught breeds – Amritmahal, Bachaur, Bargur, Dangi, Hallikar, Kangayam, Kenkatha, Kherigarh, Khillari, Malvi, Nagori, Nimari, Ponwar, Red Kandhari and Siri; and (iii) Dualpurpose breeds – Deoni, Gaolao, Hariana, Kankrej, Krishna Valley, Mewati, Ongole and Tharparkar. India possesses 185.2 million cattle.