Himalayan Creamery in the news

He returned from Singapore to realise his dream back home

Nabha, Jun 17 () Deepak Gupta left behind the comforts of his promising international career in Singapore to pursue his dream back home.

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He returned from Singapore to realise his dream back home

At the farm, attention is given to animal comfort. The cows are kept in sheds with water showers and fans, while brushes rotate on demand to keep them clean.

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He returned from Singapore to realise his dream back in Nabha

Nearly 200 cows are milked in a herringbone parlour at the farm. The milk is not touched by hand, is pasteurised and packed on the farm under the brand name "Himalayan Creamery".

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He returned from Singapore to realise his dream back home

Deepak Gupta left behind the comforts of his promising international career in Singapore to pursue his dream back home.

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Overseas Indian Brings Cow Friendly Practices To Give Us A ‘Himalayan Creamery’ Taste

How many times have we heard of inhuman exploitation of cows by dairy farmers to maximize milk yield, and cursed them...

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Overseas Indian sets up region’s first Tech based Dairy Farm in Punjab

Fifty -four year-old Deepak Gupta, was till recently based in Singapore, heading the commodities business in Asia for Agri-Major Cargill.

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