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Fresh organic raw milk (A2) and milk products from desi cows
Why organic raw milk from desi cows ?
Unfortunately the milk we consume today can contain hormones, steroids, urea and chemicals. The reason being buffaloes and cows are reared by a good majority to extract the maximum quantity of milk. Dairies collect milk from farmers and pay them for the amount of fat and not for the quality of protein in the milk. No tests are conducted at a vast majority of milk collection centers for adulteration.
Desi cows which produce high quality milk are no one's fancy and the exotic HF, Jersey and buffaloes have taken over. To ponder : quality or quantity ?
Milk contains 2 main types of beta-casein protein, A2 and A1. Majority of milk that is available in the market is A1 type or a mix of A1 and A2 type milk.
Originally, India was a A2 type milk producing country as our native cow breeds produce only A2 milk. The imported breeds like Holstein Friesian(HF), Jersey etc produce mainly A1 type milk. A1 milk is associated with diabetes, coronary heart disease, autism, schizophrenia and other health related issues.
Switch to desi cow milk (A2) and experience the difference yourself !
Hetha @ Uttarakhand
Badri / Pahadi cow is a native cow species of Uttarakhand.
This cow grazes in the Himalayas on native herbs and shrubs and hence its milk has high medicinal value. This breed requires minimal care and is blessed with strong immunity.
Badri breed was recently listed under accession no. INDIA_CATTLE_2400_BADRI_03040 by the ICAR- National Bureau of Animal Genetic Resources (NBAGR).
Hetha is working towards the propagation and conservation of the Badri cow in the Champawat district of Uttarakhand.
Try the bilona ghee made from the milk of Badri cows. Hetha manufactures its own ghee and this guarantees purity and quality..
Our mission :
Hetha is committed to raise awareness about the superior quality of milk (A2 type) from our desi breed of cows, free from pasteurization, homogenization and any kind of adulteration.
FSSAI license no. : 12716052000263
Hetha believes in ethical milking. Ethical milking = "दोहन" = Milk from two teats for the calf and milk from the other two for mankind.
At Hetha, male calves are not sent to abattoirs and neither abandoned on roads. Based on the pedigree a male calf becomes a bull or is raised as a bullock.
Hetha uses bull power to carry out all farm activities. Tractors have no place in our ecosystem. For Bulls/Bullocks, visit : www.hethabulls.in
Hetha Nandishala @ Bhiroli, Uttar Pradesh
At Hetha, the male calf is treated with as much care as a cow receives. Our Nandi's work in the fields, are used for breeding and their Gaumutra/Dung is used to make Panchgavya medicines.
Wheat and Jowar is grown @ Hetha Bulandshahr using Gaumutra/Dung only.
Our endeavour is to help Farmers/ Dairy/ Gaushala's recognize the true potential of the Nandi's/bulls. Like the cow, the Nandi's too need to be treated with respect.
Current state of milk :
Take a tour to a nearby village or a dairy farm & it would not take you long to identify the miserable & unhygienic conditions under which the cows are kept. Small and cramped sheds with cows forced to stand on their own excreta (dung).
Most dairy owners treat their cows as machines and the sole purpose is to extract the maximum amount of milk with the highest quantity of fat content. Milk co-operations purchase milk solely on the fat-content percentage.
Urea, color, animal fat addition is rampant. Oxytocin and other hormones are injected to increase milk production. Studies have linked the consumption of milk contaminated with Oxytocin to the early puberty in children, which is on alarming rise these days. Oxytocin in milk can also cause hormonal imbalances, weak eyesight, miscarriages, and breast/prostrate cancer.
The quality of milk is directly proportional to the quality of fodder. Hetha probably is the only farm growing organic fodder for desi cows in the NCR.
Hydroponics technology in simpler terms :
provide right temperature, water,
humidity, sunlight to the seeds in a soil
free environment which is free from
insects, bacteria and fungal growth.
The germinated fodder obtained is highy
nutritious and rich in protein,
carbohydrates, fibre and fat.