"Bhakti Milk" is a thought-provoking book that addresses the ethical dilemma faced by spiritual seekers regarding milk consumption. Inspired by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami's teachings, it challenges readers to reflect on the source of their milk and its connection to the cruelty of the dairy industry. The book raises crucial questions about consuming milk from abused cows destined for slaughter and encourages readers to reconsider their choices. It emphasizes the significance of protecting cows and explores the potential for cultivating cows, creating wealth, and establishing an authentic spiritual society. With engaging and insightful content, "Bhakti Milk" offers valuable perspectives on conscious milk consumption aligned with spiritual principles.

This Book, the first of its kind, describes the essential practices of caring for cows and bulls without recourse to slaughter.
Stemming from a history and culture of Cow Protection it records the natural practices of hand-milking and allowing the calf to drink directly from its mother to its full satisfaction; how to respectfully train and utilize bulls for draught work and discusses how to bring Vegetarian Agriculture to a sustainable platform, by exploring the economic challenges this concept faces.
The book also studies how the practice of protecting cows on a national scale has some very real social benefits and still provides sufficient milk for all the country's citizens.

This is the story of Britain's first organic in modern times to run entirely without animal slaughter or the use of fossil fuels. The true story of a unique experiment to transplant Hindu values of cow protection and working oxen to the modern Western world. It all began when George Harrison donated an historic Hertfordshire manor house and 20 acres of farmland to a young community of Krishna people fresh from the city, and two cows. Thirty-six years later the experiment has grown into an organic carbon-free working farm in a superb set of low-tech English oak farm buildings housing fifty cows and oxen. The organic farm embodies the principles of sustainable and ethical living necessary for future peace and prosperity.

Werner Lampert's book, "The Cow: A Tribute," is a captivating exploration of the profound relationship between humans and cows. Lampert delves into the historical, cultural, and ecological significance of these gentle creatures, highlighting their vital role in providing sustenance, nourishment, and companionship throughout human history. With engaging storytelling and insightful anecdotes, Lampert pays homage to the cow, emphasizing the need for sustainable and compassionate practices in our treatment of these remarkable animals. This tribute serves as a powerful reminder of the cow's enduring importance in our world.