About us

ShivShakti Farms is a joint effort by Dr Bhanudas Mohite, Businessman by profession Farmer by birth, Mr Natwar Panchal Ex – Plant Head Novartis India, Mr Babashaeb Bhosale B.E Civil Builder by profession Farmer by birth & Mr Manish Singh MBA in Sales & Marketing. This is a grass root effort to revive organic agriculture in India. Our idea: If we help train a hundred strong and very skilled organic farmers with the right attitude, they will each train and influence several farmers in their lifetime and preserve a thousand acres of good farmland. As a nation we are losing farmers at a rapid rate. Many farmers are also destroying our lands through heavy use of chemicals. So we have a mission to train people from villages and cities to take up Organic farming as a career.

We build and maintain healthy soils by applying farming practices that include rotating crops annually, using compost, cover crops, green manures, and reducing tillage. Preserve the health of soil, people and nature by rejecting the use of synthetic insecticides, herbicides, fungicides and fertilizers. Reject the use of chemically treated seeds, synthetic toxic materials, irradiation and sewage sludge in our farming and all synthetic substances in post-harvest handling. Treat cows humanely by providing green pasture, access to outdoors and fresh air, banning cruel alterations, and using no hormones or antibiotics in feed.Maximize and maintain the nutritional value of milk by using traditional milking methods and delivering pure and fresh pasteurised milk in the shortest time possible. Ensure food safety by using potable water for growing & washing crops. Reduce food miles by selling produce locally. Work in cooperation with other farmers and with the neighbouring community to create a more sustainable way of life.

And most importantly sustain the land in healthy condition for future generations.

Cow milk has been a part of the Indian diet.

Ancient ayurvedic texts describe cow milk as “nutrition along with sweet taste, a tonic for vital organs and whose consumption promotes immunity and longevity”.

Enjoy the purity of milk obtained from Gir cows, filled with nutrients; that not only appetizes you but also helps you to curate healthy eating habits for your family. We got the idea to supply Daily Fresh A2 cow milk when we came across harmful effects of A1 milk which is currently being consumed by most of the people including small children. Most of the cow milk being supplied in market is from foreign breed cows such as Jersey or HF which contains A-1 type of protein which can be harmful to our health if consumed for long time.

It all began in 1970 when Operation Flood was launched by the National Dairy Development board which transformed India from a milk deficient nation into the largest milk producer in the world. The mission of the project was three-fold - increase production, boost rural production and offer fair prices to consumers. The sad reality of the white revolution was that it led to cross-breeding with European cows and import of foreign hybrid breeds for higher yield in order to meet the goal of mass production. This has brought us to a situation today where the Desi Cow has become a dying breed in India. Imagine this - the Gir cow, which is a Gujarati breed, is now being imported from Brazil and the Brahmi Bull, which is another pure breed, is more popular in Australia. It’s ironic that people in these countries are drinking better quality milk from cows native to our country.

The growing incidence of lifestyle diseases is a warning to us. We are victims of the rampant commercialization and so is our indigenous breed of cows. The Indian Desi Cow is a very unique species and needs to be conserved. You can recognize them because of the hump on their back and long horns. Studies have shown that the rays of sun enter the body of the cow through the hump, through the SURYA KETU NAADI which captures the rays of the sun, which makes the milk turn yellowish in colour which makes their milk, dung and urine medicinal. If they are not exposed to the sun, they will not get the Vitamin D required to produce calcium in milk.More and more people are going back to the milk procured fromnative breeds like Sahiwal from Punjab and Gir from Gujarat.

We at ShivShakti Farms promise to provide fresh Desi Cow milk delivered from our farm right at your door step within minimum time –frame possible as our farm is located approx.10 kilometres from Panvel.

Our Speciality

Daily Fresh Desi Cow Milk is 100% pure, natural and is free from Antibiotics & Hormones. We do not compromise. We do not want to make milk cheaper. We do not want to make lots of milk. We only think of making milk better for all and especially children who will consume this.

Indian breed has A2 beta-casein protein. All proteins are long chains of amino acids. Beta casein is a chain 229 amino acids in length. Cows who produce this protein in their milk with a proline at number 67 are called A2 cows, and are the older breeds of cows (e.g. Asian and African cows). But some 5,000 years ago, a mutation occurred in this proline amino acid, converting it to histidine. Cows that have this mutated beta casein are called A1 cows, and include breeds like Holstein.

A1 beta-casein releases bovine beta-casomorphin7 (BCM 7) on digestion. BCM7 is a neurotoxin. It hampers neural communication with insulin generating cells in lever. Proline has a strong bond to a small protein called BCM 7, which helps keep it from getting into the milk, so that essentially no BCM 7 is found in the urine, blood or GI tract of old-fashioned A2 cows. On the other hand, histidine, the mutated protein, only weakly holds on to BCM 7, so it is liberated in the GI tract of animals and humans who drink A1 cow milk.

Due to this, enough insulin is not getting generated which leads to type 1 Diabetes. This is the reason why so many kids in Western countries and now in India are lactose intolerant. They cannot digest the important sugar. So if you regularly get A1 milk from your dairy, there are high chances that you or your kid or kid's next generation after 20 years will have one or more autoimmune symptoms.

A2 beta-casein does not release BCM7 in the milk and so it is safe. For children, we must strive to avail ethically procured milk. Desi cow A2 milk is really very good for children for their brain and overall development.

Ayurveda & Desi Cow A2 Milk Importance

AYURVEDA has described eight types of milk obtained from different animal sources and the pride of place has been given to Cow milk of desk breeds of India (Ksheera varge agryam). Cow milk has been described as nutritive and good for the vital organs such as the Eyes, Brain and the Heart. It possesses sweet taste (Madhura rasa) and is cooling (Sheetha veerya) in nature. Cow Milk promotes immunity and acts as rasayana and ojovardhaka.

All of us know Milk is a good source of protein and fat and minerals such as calcium. But there are facts about Cow milk which we are not aware or we have not given a thought about.

In the absence of mother's milk, Cow milk has been suggested as a natural alternative. Children who have a weak digestion very commonly suffer from frequent vomiting and loose motions. Recurrent diarrheal episodes in these children lead to malnourishment and stunted growth. For such Children, Milk form Indigenous breeds of Cow will be a better alternative since it is easy to digest and more nutritive.

Indigenous breeds of Cow have better disease resistance and this result in reduced usage of potent chemical drugs for disease control. Their milk has better immune booster effect. The person who consumes Cow milk from Indigenous breeds of Cow will have better disease resistance and less of digestive problems such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Cow Milk is a tonic to the skin, eyes, blood and has good nutritive properties.

If your child is regularly suffering from recurrent infections such as tonsillitis, bronchitis, sinusitis it is time you shifted from your present source of milk to one which is obtained from Indigenous breeds of Indian Cow.

Cow milk has the effect of improving intellect and also is a good memory booster. It is ideally suited as a brain tonic. Our ancestors have advised Cow milk and Cow ghee as the best brain tonic.

Our ancestors went beyond the calorie value of milk and found that milk has a calming influence on the mind. They have said that Cow milk leads to enhancement of positive characteristics of a person.

For pure vegetarians, Cow milk is a good source of Vitamin D which plays a huge role in the absorption of Calcium from the gut. Good absorption of calcium will lead to good bone strength. So Cow milk is very important for women who are nearing menopause because menopause increases the susceptibility to Osteoporosis.

Milk should be ideally boiled before consumption.Since Cow milk from Indigenous breeds of Cow has a natural sweet taste, there is no need for additional sugar. Since Cow milk itself is a complete formula, ideally it should be consumed without any additives.

Quantity of milk to be consumed depends on the age and the digestive capacity of the individual. It is always good to have a complete diet with adequate sources of protein, carbohydrate, fats and minerals. Milk can be a good source of proteins, fats and minerals. One to two cups of milk per day should be ideal.

Fifty and above is the age when our bones start showing signs of degeneration and more prone to fractures and arthritis due to weakness of bone tissue. Cow milk is an ideal bone tonic at this age.

Women during their pregnancy and lactation should consume adequate quantities of milk. They are prone to Osteoporosis during and after the menopause and should ideally have Cow milk during this period.

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Contact Details

Office Address

207/208 V Times Square, Plot No.3. Sector-15. CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai-400614

Farm Address

Village-Khairwadi, Post-Morbe, Taluka-Panvel, Dist. Raigad, Maharashtra, Pincode-410206

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(+91) 9152730806

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