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I  am  Narayana,  the  bull.  My  forefathers  were  from  pious  Gujarat  in  India.    The  breeding  area  of

       my  forefathers  includes   Amreli,  Bhavnagar,  Junagadh  and  Rajkot  districts  of  Gujarat.  My  breed  is  named
       after  the  Gyr  forest.    Gyr  cows and bulls were brought to Brazil from India and later came up to Mexico and
       then to Texas.  I was born in Texas.   I made the long  2500  mile  journey  from  Texas  to  Seattle  on  a  trailer
       traveling  65  miles  an hour.    I  have  a  hump  that  captures  solar  energy  to  make  my  urine  and  dung  very
       powerful.  The  female  Gyr cow  uniquely  produces  small  quantities  of  pure  gold  in  her  urine.  Our  dung
       and  urine    are  used  to  make wonderful compost and bio-gas for heating and cooking.

                             would          meat        sad

       destiny  of most cows in the USA.

                 “Community Supported Agriculture consists of a   of
       individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually,
       the community's farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and

       benefits of food production”.

       Good farmers, who take seriously their duties as stewards of Creation and of their land's inheritors, contribute
       to the                             farmers
       produce valuable                           wildlife,
         conserve open space, they conserve scenery.
       ~Wendell Berry, Bringing it to the Table: On Farming and Food

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