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I  am  Radhikha,  coming  from  a  breed  of  Guernsey  cows.    My  forefathers    originally  came  from  Guernsey,
        an island in the English Channel off the coast of Normandy.  The quality of my milk is remarkably higher than
        other cow’s milk. Guernsey milk contains 12% more protein, 30% more cream, 33% more vitamin D, 25% more A
        and 15% more calcium than the average store bought milk. The unique golden color of Guernsey milk comes

        from  an  unusually  high  content  of  orange  beta-carotene.      Guernsey  cows  produce  milk  containing  A2
        protein  (the lesser  known  A  protein  and  properly  known  as  Beta  Casein  A2  protein).   I  was  born  on  a
        farm  in  Whidby  Island  and  became  a  part  of  herd  of  1500  cows.    Fortunately,  I  was  rescued  and
        transferred  to  the Goloka farm in Redmond.   I am very friendly and gentle. I look forward moving to Auburn/

       Cow is the source of progress and prosperity, in many ways.  It is equivalent to one's mother. (Mahatma Gandhi).

        Residents of Vṛndāvana had become highly prosperous simply by protecting cows, since Indra wanted to destroy
        their so-called pride based on wealth by killing their animals. Well-tended cows produce large quantities of milk,
        from  which  come  cheese,  butter,  yogurt,  ghee  and  so  on.  These  foods  are  delicious  by  themselves  and  also
        enhance other foods, such as fruits, vegetables and grains. Bread and vegetables are delicious with butter, and
        fruit is especially appetizing when mixed with cream or yogurt. Dairy products are always desirable in civilized

        society, and the surplus can be traded for many valuable commodities. Thus, simply by a Vedic dairy enterprise,
        the residents of Vṛndāvana were wealthy, healthy and happy, even in the material sense. (Purport by Srila A.C.
        Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada from Srimad Bhagavatam 10.25.6)

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