Camels’ Milk Miracle for Autistic Patients~A letter from Ram Prasad (India)


Dear Razir Sir, Thanks a lot for your kind hearted help, which made me, what seems to be an impossible to achieve considering the place where am living. Getting a camel milk to the Southern part of India, Chennai from scorching Rajasthan, is a mighty task. Thanks, Raziq sir, for providing me all possible inputs…

Camel Journey ~ From its Original Habitat to Modern World


Camel role is incredible in its cradle of domestication and its original habitats. In the 19th Century, some camels were transported to USA, Australia, and some other places for work and armies. After automobile revolution, the role of the camel as a beast of burden was gradually diminished 1,2. In Australia there are thousands of…

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Camel! A One in All Creatures


One can imagine, how distinctive and special can be the gift of God. The Bedouin gives name Ata Allah (gift of God), hence considered as precious and matchless. Nevertheless, of its products, camels' physiology, and behavior is specially designed to survive in harsh conditions of its habitat and sustain the livelihood of its keepers in climate change…

Dairy Camel ~ Transforming from Desert Ecosystem to Modern Farming


Traditional Animal Genetic Resources for Food & Agriculture

The old world camels (Dromedary and Bactrian) are well adapted to the harsh (both cold extreme and hot extreme) and hostile (deserts with scarce water and feed availability) ecosystems of the northern hemisphere of the globe. The centuries-long evolution and adaptation (selection for traits of choice by pastoralists) process made it unique and highly resilient animal to the calamities of its ecosystems. The pastoralists (traditional Institutions) managed and validated precious indigenous knowledge of camel husbandry, behavior, welfare, products development & management, breeding & neonatal care, health and recreation in the course of history while facing many challenges. The camel was mainly used in that period (pre-historic to the automobile) as a beast of burden (wars, pastoral transportation, desert accessibility etc), while milk, meat, and other products were used as by-products (additional asset).

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The onset of automobile industry replaced (the intensity increased with the modernization and abundance of the automobile) the role of the…

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