Feed Abandoned Cows At Dabar Hare Krishna Gaushala
Thousands of cows are abandoned each year by their owners when they no longer have use for them. This practice has led to a constant problem across the country where abandoned cattle are found on the roads.
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Thousands of cows are abandoned each year by their owners when they no longer have use for them. This practice has led to a constant problem across the country where abandoned cattle are found on the roads. This is dangerous to both the cows and to humans- stray cattle can cause accidents and these poor cows struggle to survive on the streets.
Cows are docile and gentle creatures. They aren’t meant to live on the streets, foraging for food, and always on alert for dangers. Over the last year, the pandemic has caused an increase in the number of abandoned cattle.
This has happened since many farmers and cowherds have faced tremendous financial difficulties and if they are unable to care for and feed their cows, they feel like the only option left is to abandon their animals.
These abandoned cows need our help. Their plight has only worsened during the pandemic. The lack of people means a lot of the cows have nothing to scavenge and are starving.
Dabar Hare Krishna Gaushala is a safe haven for these abandoned cattle. At present, approximately 7000 cows are housed in this Gaushala.
They provide shelter and food to these malnourished and vulnerable animals. The gaushala is a vast sanctuary with 10 lenter and tukdi sheds along with a water tank for each shed and one pond. The cows are also provided with medical care to ensure their good health. The gaushala is situated around Delhi and produces invaluable manure, compost, and gobar that is supplied to those in need. The gaushala organises awareness camps and training sessions.
During the lockdown, the gaushala has been struggling to provide food for the cows. The usual donations have become scarce and every day is a struggle. We cannot allow this misfortune to continue.
Help Dabar Hare Krishna Gaushala feed 5000-6000 cows by donating fodder.
About The Organisation - Dabar Hare Krishna Gaushala was founded in 1998 to care for the plight of vulnerable, abandoned cows. The sprawling facilities ensure that cows are protected and taken care of. Over the years, they have housed thousands of cows and given them better lives. The gaushala is located in Delhi and is one of the largest producers of vermicompost in the area along with the production of Gobar, Gau Mutra, and more.
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