Four Pillars of CBNF
When the Green Revolution swept India, the intention was to increase the agricultural yield to feed the nation. It gave tremendous results, the cost of it, however, was soil and ground water saturated with chemicals in major swathes of arable land. This situation prompted the revival of an ancient farming technique, we lovingly refer to as Cow Based Natural Farming (CBNF).
This format of farming is also known as zero-budget farming since it does not cost the farmer anything. It prevents the perpetuation of farmer debts and breaks the cycle. Carrying forward in the philosophy of the Green Revolution, CBNF ushers in an age of growing naturally, and plentifully.
This ecologically sustainable means of farming is beneficial to both, the farmer and nature. But its greatest beneficiary is the consumer. Cow based natural farming allows farmers to grow food and Ayurvedic products with zero use of chemicals.
CBNF practice is a natural course of action for farmers looking to improve their soil health, and receive a premium price for their produce. This process uses a series of recipes passed down from generations, and improved upon with research, practice and technology.