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When a cow is fed dairy products: Is this the end of the dairy industry?

When the cows of Gujarat were fed cow’s milk as a diet, the people of the state felt the difference, as they did with most things in life.

But when the cows in the dairy farmers’ fields were fed animal protein, there was a real difference.

A cow’s stomach would produce up to 70% of its own protein, while a cow’s heart, brain and blood would also make up most of the other nutrients, making up around 20% of the diet.

In the last few years, the state has introduced a range of products made from cow’s blood.

While this has been welcomed by some, others feel that it has not gone far enough, and is likely to leave many of the poor farmers without much nutrition.

While cow’s protein and dairy products are important, they can also be expensive, and not all cow’s products are made from animal fat.

For example, while cow’s livers, gall bladders and kidneys are made up of fat, they are also produced from milk.

The state government of Gujarat has also launched a new breed of dairy cows, called Gokul, which has been developed by the Agri-Gardha Dairy Development Foundation (AGDDF) in partnership with the Gujarat government.

According to the Gujarat State Government, Gokuls are the world’s first dairy cows that are not milk cows.

They are produced on a specially bred and managed milking farm in the state.

This is done to keep the cost of production low.

These cows are fed a diet consisting of grasses, fruit, vegetables and grains.

In an interview with NDTV, Yogesh Jain, the agri-gardha chief, said the Gokula, or Gokule, is more expensive than milk cows in Gujarat.

It costs around Rs 3,000 to make one Gokulin.

“This is an innovative way to produce a new crop and is in the process of being tested in the field,” Jain said.

“This is the first Gokulu that is not milk cow.

The milk cow will be the first cow that we have tested.”

The Gokuli have also been given a high protein diet, but the milk cows will still be treated like their milk counterparts.

However, a senior dairy farmer said that he has already started giving the milk Gokules to his cows, which have a high intake of protein, which he says makes them very healthy.

“I have been giving Gokulas for a couple of months now and the milk cow has been very healthy,” he said.

“The Goksul are just like milk cows, they have the same milk but they have an extra protein in their body.”

However, he said the milk-cow’s health would only last a few years.

“Once the cow reaches 50 years of age, the milk will get bad.

The Gokuz are only meant to be a replacement for the milk,” he added.”

After the cow is 60, the gokul will not have any milk anymore.”