Donate

to "love the cows" today!

    The Vedic Ranch presently keeps and protects a zebu herd of 3 bulls and 5 cows. The cost of providing feed and vetrinary assistance for one cow per month is estimated at $51, or $612 a year.
    We appreciate your help. You may donate whatever amount you like, by clicking on the "donate" button below. Namaste!
 

“Offering respect to the cows will help the devotee to diminish the reactions

  to his past sinful activities.” - Skanda Purana

Your generous support
will help the following:

* Building a small barn for the bulls (DONATED)
​* Purchasing a proper strong fence for a corral
​* Paying for the daily and monthly feed of the cows
 NOTE: The cost of providing feed and vetrinary assistance for  
  one cow per month is estimated at $51, or $612 a year.
 

You may donate thru Paypal (to the right), or send a check payable to:

Sedona Center of Vedic Culture, P.O. Box 933, Cornville Arizona 86325

The Vedic Ranch Goshala and Cow Care is acting under the auspicies of the Sedona Center of Vedic Culture,

a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX-EXEMPT! Federal tax ID# 71-0984893

© 2015 by the Vedic Ranch Goshala & Cow Care.. We are acting under the auspicies of the Sedona Center of Vedic Culture, a non-profil 501(c)(3) organization, whose aim is to help bring about a spiritual revolution in the world, through disemination of spiritual knoiwledge found in the Vedic literature, and through the cultural exhibits of its master plans (http://sedonavedicculture.com). The Vedic Ranch is an inspirtaion from His Divine Grace A.C. Bhakivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Founder-Acarya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). Although the Vedic Ranch & Goshala is a separate and independent spiritual venture, some of its members and organizers are disciples or followers of His Divine Grace, who stressed so much the importance of cow protection and developing goshalas all over the world, for the protection of the cows and bulls. Goshala means a plavce where the cows are protected. The cows are treated as sacred in India because they act as "mother" for the entire human society by supplying milk, which when taken, builds higher brain cells for understanding God. Most temples in India have goshalas in which the milk from such protected cows is used in service of the Deities of the Lord. Goshala ki Jaya!