We need funds urgently for the following, ongoing projects:
Building sheds for our two new animal care centers vet meds, Creating Campaigns - educating students, farmers, and communities, through lectures, banners, videos and more.
Transport, fodder and care for animals as well as building fences and mobile sheds.
Your generous support will help us to reach the goals, so that our children, all living beings, can in the future, happily live together.
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Ten Million Cows Inc.
Operation – Cow Emancipation
The world has been given so many blessings from cows. They give us their manure, urine, and when they leave their bodies behind, as we all do eventually, our corpses compost, fertilize all plants and sequester carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, as the eco system has done for millions of years. What more do we need from them?
They deserve our gratitude and kindness. It is the goal of the "The Earth Guardians" AKA Ten Million Cows Inc. to provide safe, healthy mobile sanctuaries where they can live in relative happiness, and simultaneously improve the soil of poor farmers for agriculture in undeveloped or developing forest areas. Evidence from many years of research and implementation by Alan Savory and many other scientists and farmers, show that where cows graze, they even turn barren land into fertile soil. Cows, even when they are beyond their productive years, have the potential to continue giving and improving all our lives.
Cows are most happy grazing and instinctively know how to care for themselves, but they need adequate grazing lands and clean water (unpolluted by human trash, industrial chemicals, pesticides or herbicides). Operation Cow Liberation is intended to create these safe places for cows using organic, sustainable practices. This is desperately needed because with toxic chemical use on the rise, many natural environments are being destroyed. Many species are dying off. IQ levels are dropping, and there is more autism and other birth defects, not just in humans, but also in many other species. Certainly, there must be a correlation. With the population now nearing 8 billion people and climbing, forestlands are also being destroyed. With this in mind, our efforts aim at using cow sanctuaries to improve the soils near existing forests and planting various types of trees that can grow, multiply and sequester carbon.
We, at Ten Million Cows, strongly promote a veganarian diet, ( a new term Julian has coined, where in an individual requests a vegan lifestyle but will not be fanatic to keep harmony in their home.) We work towards creating a practical, symbiotic environment that support kindness to cows and also provide for the well being of all creatures and eco-systems.
Many scientists, saintly people and conservation organizations, including the United Nations, are trying to figure out how to provide the necessary food for our extensive world population. All agree that our mass dependence on animal-based food cannot be sustained! Vegan Veganarian or Veganitarian diets need to be embraced, predominantly with legume, grain, nut/seed, fruit and vegetable sources. This is no joke, but a scientific necessity. We need to find more sustainable, long-term solutions for all life on this planet.
To have success for Operation Cow Emancipation
1) Operation Fence and Gate
a) To put up temporary fencing and gates on unwanted, unused or disputed land, that can move with the herd. (This will greatly improve the soil of the lands, whether or not the animals return to any land.)
2) Operation Water Systems
a) 10 to20 Medium sized 55 gallon. (200 liter) vertically split barrels on wheels connected like many little cars of a train to bring water to the cows, or travel with them for easy filling.
b) Automatic systems maybe best and include movable water lines and automatic floats that automatically fill water containers.
c) Bentonite clay ponds for more permanent cows sanctuaries. This would require backhoe rental and bentonite clay to line the ponds. (Bentonite works as a organic barrier, keeping water from leaching through the pond)
d) Large mobile watering sprinklers on wheels to cool cows and water grass and dry street trees as needed.
3) Operation Round Her Up
a) To prevent overbreeding and other difficulties, females and males need to be maintained generally on separate plots of fenced lands while they are rotationally grazed.
4) Operation Mobilization
a) Build mobile sheds out of bamboo, (but steel casings of poles for large herds, to prevent collapse of tents from charging bulls) Also tent material for protection from heat and rain.
5) Operation education
a) Teach and take school staff & pupils to visit these temporary gaucharan shalas (mobile cow sanctuaries). Or bring small cute cows to visit schools, and teach how even the baby cows can be vegan, (veterinarian Dr. approved diet, if no mother cow is present), calves under 6 months should be on mothers milk mostly, if possible. But a 20% grass and 80% properly cooked, warm grains and vitamin enriched pure water vegan diet will suffice. But a pure water and grass diet will kill quickly baby cows under 6 months. This should be monitored by by the most kind hearted, animals loving people.
b) Teach them how these systems operate, about pasture rotation and how to provide for the cows needs and give the students direct experience doing these things. In this way, they will have the skills to be able to provide and support cows on large fenced-in areas, themselves.
6) Operation Cow Emancipation
a) When cows leave their body, hopefully after they have had happy, productive lives with their families, we need to show them respect. Instead of selling them to be cooked in other countries, which causes unnecessary air pollution, we need to bury them, especially near trees and developing forests. The high nutrition from their bodies will benefit the soil and encourage the re-growth of rainforests, providing more oxygen, fruit, nuts, shade and reducing CO2 emissions and capture carbon dioxide through photosynthesis.
b) A backhoe or a few strong persons with picks and shovels will be needed for this endeavor.
7) Operation plantation
a) Plant multiple species of vegetation on the deserts, fields, and temporary or permanent gaucharan shalas.
As the trees grow, they provide microclimates for new vegetative growth and will, not only provide a food source for the cows and locals when they return to the land, but make a healthier environment, reduce dust and provide a better, greener landscape to be enjoyed by all. Planting these trees will also increase the value of the disputed lands that the cows have the privilege to use. Thus, with the cows, we will be making everywhere we go, better than it was before!
8) Operation Veganitarian
a) We need a budget to print literature and social media that promotes kindness to cows and all animals, and includes all the reasons that eating a vegetarian, veganitarian or vegan diet is beneficial for all, as well as offer free samples of the amazing vegan alternatives that are not readily available in the East.
Please look into the prices for the items needed above, purchase these items and deliver them directly to the many locations we have been offered in India and Nepal and coordinate with our affiliates.
Help save the cows and the earth with us.
President Gail Darcy Carrington email@example.com
Advisor Retired Major General Bharat Kadhaka Bhaktapur Kathmandu and Birganj
Surajbhan Retired Police, official cow protector
Director julian bliss firstname.lastname@example.org
+1650 305 5009
Peetambar Mahato Bhattisputali kathmandu N-PABSON school official and school Principal +9779851072156 email@example.com (Sorry to say, our dear Peetambar sir and his father are now deceased from Covid 19)
Badrinarayan Bhadra Odisa India firstname.lastname@example.org
Diwakar Jha Coordinator community cows Delhi +919911607807 email@example.com
Indira Timilsina (Educator ) community dog feederPepsi Cola Kathmandu +9779848307545
Subbram DELHI and Bangalore +9185270 90254 +9193806 54383
Ashu Sharma Vrindavan and Mathura +91 78958 95914
Ramani Nagarkot and Pokhara Nepal +977 09431 74104
Here's some estimated costs that are projected for our project of 5000 cows on a continual gau charan shala project.
30k Rupees per month manager
60k 2 Animal Dr's 30k rupees per month
30k 1 International Animal rights activist
160k 16 workers 10 thousand rupees each per month
14 Animal Herders and plastic /trash recyclers, preferably half homeless people.
Manger will also be farm scout to organize the next days and months of planned grazing.
2 Mechanics and machine operators, ( to avoid loneliness people should be in groups of at least 2 persons or more of semi compatible individuals.
One time cost below!
20 lakh 2 large pandal tents, 15 lakhs steel casings and steel poles for tents to prevent tents from collapsing.
25 Lakhs small Dairy truck, each calf needs about 4.5 quart of milk a day
100 lakhs 2 water trucks 36,000 liters filled daily with water
40 Lakhs AC bus with recliner sleeping seats for our workers.
30k rupees 5 small 5 person tents
30k rupees installed water filtration system on the back of one of the water trucks.
3 lakh per month food and supplies!!!
Also estimated 78 lakhs per month to maintain. THIS IS ABOUT $104, 500 US