#KnowHow Even a Non-Milk-Giving Cow can give earning of Rs.1 Lakh per year for 15 years



Recently, I saw a lawyer who is maintaining about 30 cows in a scientific ways.

He said that after a cow stops giving milk, for another 15 years, it can yield income of Rs.1 Lakh for next one year or even more.

This was new subject for me. I tried to understand.

1) A non-milk-giving-cow continues to produce dung and urine which have big demand in market. Slight modifications to urine and dung is needed which can be done at very little cost.

2) One Direct Benefit – Very easy to understand.

To keep cows, you have to buy some land somewhere. The cows live on this open land and protect your land against all encroachments.

In 5 years, the land becomes extremely valuable due to rise in land prices.

It is good investment idea to buy cheap open land and to ask these cows to protect your land against encroachments.

3) Small investment in Cow Urine Essence making unit is required. It is a simple evaporation machine. Easily available.

Urine is turned into Essence which is prescribed as medicines by many Ayurvedic doctors.

It can be then sold with profit.

4) about Rs.5,000/- further investment can produce an underground Gobar Gas Plant.

With this plant, cooking gas requirements can be met. No need to buy gas cylinders from market.

5) Further Bye-Product of above plant is organic fertiliser. It comes out from plant as residual after gas is extracted from it. It sells at Rs.70 to Rs.80 per kg.

6) Other products are :-

A) Utencil Washing Powders made from cow dung,

B) phenyl made from cow urine.

C) Incense Perfumed Dhup batti produced from cow dung:-

There is big commercial market for such product because so many Hindu families will consider it their pious duty to purchase these products.

For more knowledge, you can contact Prakash Pathak, an advocate in Gujarat High Court, who can guide you. His cell number is 094-09-648669

If Non-Milk-Giving Cow is actually giving income, there is no need to sell it for beef consumption.

Haresh Raichura