A safe haven for

Indian Zebu cows,

in northern Arizona


....Where the cow is

seen as "mother"

and the bull as "father"

Lord Krishna with the gopis and cows
Lord Krishna with the gopis and cows

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New calf (Amavasya) born Sept., 2015
New calf (Amavasya) born Sept., 2015

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Goshala poster
Goshala poster

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Lord Krishna with the gopis and cows
Lord Krishna with the gopis and cows

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"According to the Vedas, human prosperity depends more on brahminical culture and cow protection.

This should be taught all over the world, and ideal self-suffiicient farm communities should be developed. Then all economic problems are solved."

  - Srila A.C.    Bhaktivedanta                   

Swami Prabhupada


Our purpose is to love, protect, and serve the cows. The ideal life is to live off the natural bounty of the land and from the cow's gift of milk.

At the Vedic Ranch we show how one can be happy by a life of "simple living and high thinking", and by the cultivation of one's blissful and natural spiritual consciousness.


Help support and care for the cows - gomata seva!

In the Brhat Parashara Smrti (5.26-27) it is said that one who feeds the cow with grass and water every day derives the benefit equivalent performing an Ashwamedha Yajna. 


News 1

We have 1 newborn member of the Zebu herd - Balai.

Her names means - spiritual strength! Born on August 20, 2016.

News 2

Cow protection is important part of India's ancient spiritual culture.

News 3

One name for God in the ancient Sanskrit language is Govinda,

which means "one who gives

pleasure to the cows."


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Get Involved

We invite you and your family to come and visit the Vedic Ranch and Goshala, located less than two hours north of Phoenix, just outside Sedona.

We have guests facilities (call for more information), a mandir, and an ashram for devotees.

We also have monthly retreats where you can come and experience an ashram life with the cows.

Namaste & Hari bol.


We just went through a massive flood here at the Vedic Ranch, on Friday, early morning, Feb. 15th, 2019


We made a GoFundMe page to inform show people, and on there is a link for Fox News, that shows the farm being covered with water.


Unfortunately, all our small Nigerian Goats were killed, but the dogs survived, and so did the cows and donkey.