from a quality vacation we are offering a possibility to learn
something about vegeterian cow breeding. That is to say, in our
household we are taking in old, neglected cows whose destiny was
to end up in a slaughterhouse and we make it possible for them to
recuperate and live the rest of their life in peace without the
fear of violent and unnatural death. Our cows are pasturing whenever
the weather conditions alow it (when there is no snow, ice or extremly
low temperatures) and they don't get any artificial substances in
their nurishment. Their milk is pure organic nectar. In case you
would like to learn how to milk a cow, make chesse and yogurt from
it or simply enjoy them you are very welcome. We would like our
guests to be vegetarians or people enclined to such living and nature
lovers as we, ourselves are nurturing such lifestyle. We are vegetarians
and are trynig to treat our cows in the best and the most humane
way possible. At the moment we have 3 cows and 2 calfs.
- is 18 years old, gives 7 litres of milk daily and has a 6 month
old daughter named Nandini. The condition she was in a year ago
when she came to us was defeating. She had a purulent matter (festering,
running sore) coming out of her utter (dug) instead of milk due
to manny inflamations and neglect. Because of hunger and exhaustion
she could barely walk. We waren't at all sure weather she would
- is 15 yrs old, she's been with us for 2 years now, at the moment
she's not giving any milk because she's expecting a newcommer
in mid April. If you'd like to be a godfather let us know.
- taking into consideration the number of owners she has changed
every track of her age is lost. She came to us 2 months ago. Due
to the complications after giving birth her owner wanted to get
rid of her in fear of infertility. She gives 7 lit. of milk at
the moment and is recovering from the delivery stress.
- a female calf, 6 months old, daughter of Loza, very peaceful
and obedient just like her mother.
- a female calf, 3 months old, beautiful copper complexion and
cows are of a so called Brown Swiss breed whose milk has 4,0 %
milk fat and 3,6 % protein. These cows are equaly brown in different
tones. The hair is short and soft and the skin is pigmented. They
have strong legs, especially the hoof, which is a big advantage
on the steep mountain pastureland. They are very addaptive, of
good health and very resistant.
unity of sun, sea, green fields and love for animals is something
that anyone who visits our small country household can expect.