Sukha Gomukha Fund is a non-profit entity
seeking to raise awareness and funds to
promote that by properly taking care of the
cows that give us so much that we have the
power to improve the well-being of their
lives and the quality of life for people as
How does this benefit me?
Could it be possible that the ills people
experience may have something to do with how
we treat other living beings such as
animals? Could it be that if we were to
consider the plight of the cow for milk
production we could see that our supporting
their mistreatment might have something to
do with seeing high rates of breast cancer &
families being split up in our own world?
How do we make the necessary changes to
reverse these problems in our own lives?
Letís take a look at the normal production
life of a dairy cow. What does that
typically look like?
The female cow is artificially
inseminated to produce a calf, this
starts milk production in the mother.
At birth the baby cow is taken from the
The mother lives in a controlled,
uncomfortable environment with other
cows for the sole purpose of producing
the maximum amount of milk for
When she stops producing she is then
Not all dairy farms operate this way, but
this is a typical description of the average
What to do?
Sukha Gomukha would assert by taking care of
these cows we ourselves will become
healthier and happier.
It may seem a little self-serving but letís
look at what is actually happening. The cows
become happier and those responsible for
taking care of them also become happier in
turn. Result: more happiness for everybody!
We like to call this enlightened