In the Vedic scriptures it is said, namo brahmanya-devaya go-brahmana-hitaya ca jagad-dhitaya krsnaya govindaya namo namah, "My Lord, You are the well-wisher of the cows and the brahmanas, and You are the well-wisher of the entire human society and world." (Visnu Purana 1.19.65)

Lord Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is the prime protector of brahminical culture and the cow. Without knowing and respecting these pleasing personalities, one cannot realize the science of God, and without this knowledge, any welfare activities or humanitarian propaganda cannot be successful. (Srimad Bhagavatam 4.21.38 purport)

 

We are dependenat our your compassion and help, to keep the Zebu herd maintained and fed.

Kindly use the Paypal button below to send in a donation. All donations are tax-deductible.

 

Thank you.

Namaste!

Project 1. Securing cow fence

We wish to obtain proper and strong cow fencing material to keep the Zebu herd safely in an area for caring and feeding. We already have part of the area fenced.

We estimate the total cost of such finishing the fencing panels to be $6,400. We appreciate your care and support.

 

                                                        The interlocking panels seen here are ideal,

                                                         strong, and easy to assemble.

Project 2. Zebu trailer

 

This trailer will be used as a transport for some members of the Zebu herd, so that we can help promote cow protection

 

​Estimated cost - $4,800.

 

THIS HAS BEEN DONATED! SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR DONORS!

Project 3. Guardian donkey

This donkey named Boise, was obtained recently from someone from the town of Casa Grande, this donkey will protect the cow herd from possible predators like the mountain lion.

 

 

Our Goshala Projects

Special thanks to the donors who contributed towards the shelters and barns for Krishna's cows and bulls. (below) Completed in 2016.

A shelter for the Zebu bulls was recently completed (below).

We have at present, three Indian Zebu bulls. Their names are

Nandi Baba, Bhima, and Arjun. Completed in Jan. 2017.