Difference between Regular Milk (A1) and Desi Cow Milk (A2)
More than 95% of milk produced in India are regular milk from Jersey and HF cows cross bred with Indian cows or from Buffalos. Because these cows give more milk than pure Indian breed cows, Indian cows pretty much extinct. However, recently there has been much interest in Indian breed cow milk due to the fact that it has A2 type protein and its health benefits. Researchers find that A2 protein present in desi cow milk is good for health. Malnad desi cow milk naturally produced without use of any growth hormones, antibiotics, and chemicals. Our cows are grazed in the forest with natural grass and medicinal herbs.
How to disinguish Desi Cow from rest of the cows?
The easiest was to tell if the cow is Desi Cow (A2 Milk Producing Cow) or not is looking at the hump on the back. Desi cow has very prominent hump on the back and long flap under the neck.