Gokulam ghee is prepared from Gangateri breeds of cows. These cows graze freely in the forest around the banks of Ganges. These cows eat selective herbs and thus the ghee prepared from their A2 milk is of high medicinal value.
A2 milk is collected from the gopalak (farmer) who have gangateri breeds of cows and graze them in forest. The ghee is prepared in a bilona way where the milk is set to curd then churned to get makhan. This makhan is then set to fire to get Gokulam Farm ghee.
Unlike the market method where the fat is separated from the milk and then heated to get ghee. The by-product of cream is toned milk which is sold in market at quite a good price.
However, Gokulam Ghee is prepared by traditional bilona method where 30 to 35 litres of milk is boiled and set to curd to get one litre of Gokulam ghee. And, the butter milk is a cheaper by-product which we get in bilona method.