A pet is an animal which becomes the part of human for his company, protection, or entertainment etc. Furthermore, pets are loyal or playful personalities. Dogs, Cats, Cows are one
of them who provide their owner physical as well as emotional benefits.
Domestic cows are the one who provides us milk and other products. In some areas like in India cows are treated as mother and people worship them as goddess. Domestic cow benefits in many ways by providing milk, dung which was used as a fuel, fertilizers, from the hair, hides, horns, hooves and bones clothes and tools are manufactured etc. You will be surprised to know that more than 6 billion people on the planet consumes milk product on regular basis in the form of cheese, curd, yogurt, Ghee etc., It means that how much these animals are important to fulfill are nutritional needs. In fact, most governments have strictly recommended for the amount of milk that every child should consume on a daily basis.
Furthermore, the role of domestic cows is important for our normal growth and human beings around the whole world are aware about it. The milk of cow is rich in protein, vitamin B, vitamin D various minerals, organic compounds and antioxidants that stimulates the body in many ways. The health benefits of cow milk includes strong bones and teeth, healthy heart, prevent diabetes, boost metabolism, body growth and development, makes your immune system strong etc. Domestic cow plays an extraordinary role in the field of medicine for the treatment of various ailments. Especially, for an infant after mother’s milk the milk of domestic cow is used to feed them which gives energy, easy to digest and provide full protection. Domestic cows have different fertilizer milking shorthorn.
The Holstein-Friesian is the one of the largest breed and produces the largest volume of milk in all. The Brown Swiss, Ayrshire, Guernsey and Jersey follow Holsteins- Friesian in size. These breeds also vary in colour, volume of milk produced, and milk composition etc. Domestic cattle like cows are social animals and stays in group known as herd. The dung of these domestic cows are used to produce organic fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, insecticides etc. and its urine is used for agriculture requirements and for the formation of medicines.
The fertilizer that we make from domestic Cow’s bi-products is the basic requirement of the agriculture and crop. The Fertilizer known as Panchagavya and the Pesticides / Insecticides / Fungicides is called as Agnihastra that we made from the dung of domestic cows. Domestic cows balance our ecosystem by consuming grass, stray, leftover food etc. and it saves the crops from pests, insects and fungi. In ancient period domestic cows were used for farming, transportation, agricultural needs or as a barter system to fulfill the basic needs of the human being.
Now days, in the modern society these are used for milk and its products. Still its waste is very useful in every possible way such as we use it as fertilizers, bio-gas etc. Domestic cows are the best source of dairy farming; a person doesn’t need to leave his hometown to meet his needs as people are going away from their villages to earn money. One can setup his own business of dairy farming in his own town and can make money. A household can never appear fruitful without cows. How auspicious are the cows for us.