I wish them well, but that's a more complex job than might appear:
- does Qatar have air conditioned barns for 4,000 cows--temps there are rather hot.
- does they have feed on hand for that many cows, and a supply chain to back it up. Cows eat, every day, much of the day.
- do they have manure disposal facilities. Cows defecate and urinate, every day, much of the day.
- do they have milking facilities and people to operate them? Cows produce milk, every day. Every day, that is, unless their routine is disrupted and maybe milkings are skipped--that can cut production quite a bit.
- do they have milk processing plants. Milk spoils unless refrigerated, and doesn't have a long shelf life.
But as I say, I wish them well, and hope the Qatari PETA is not on their case.