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Know which breed of cow is best in India and gives how much milk

Cow Farming/Dairy Farming is a great business in India.


Cow Farming/Dairy Farming is a great business in India. Milk of desi cow is in high demand considering its nutritional value. Even to small children, doctors advise giving cow’s milk after mother’s milk. Let us know about the indigenous cow and its breeds today.

Desi Cow Identification

It is quite easy to identify Desi Cow in India. Humps are found in indigenous cows. For this reason, they are also called the cow of the Indian breed with a hump.

High milk-yielding Desi Cow

If the native cow breed is reared in the same area, if properly fed and watered, then the production is good. Today we will tell you which breed of cow can give more benefits in which area.

Gir Cattle Breed

The Gir breed of cow originally comes from the areas of Gujarat. Due to being found in the forests of Gir, they are named “Gir”. It is considered the highest milk-yielding breed in India. A cow of this breed can give up to 50-80 liters of milk in a day. The udders of this cow are big. There is a lot of demand for this cow not only in the country but also abroad. The people of Israel and Brazil like to keep Gir Cow.

Sahiwal Cattle Breed

Milk traders like Sahiwal cows a lot. This cow produces milk from 2000 to 3000 liters annually. Once she becomes a mother, she gives milk for about 10 months. They are considered the best species in India. Basically, this breed is found in Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan.

Rathi Breed Cow

The Rathi breed is from Rajasthan. He is named Rathi after the name of the Rathas. They are known for giving more milk. This cow is found in Ganganagar, Bikaner, and Jaisalmer areas of Rajasthan. This cow gives 6-8 liters of milk per day.

Hallikar Breed

Hallikar cow is a breed found in Karnataka. This breed is most commonly found in Mysore (Karnataka). The milking capacity of cows of this breed is very high.

Haryana Cow Breed

According to the name, this breed is from Haryana. But it is also found in the areas of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. This cow is white in color. It also improves milk production. The bulls of this breed also do good work in agriculture.

Kankrej Breed of Cattle

The Kankrej breed is basically found in Gujarat and Rajasthan. They give 5 to 10 liters of milk per day. The mouth of Kankrej cows is small and wide. Also, bulls of this breed are good load carriers.

Red Sindhi Breed of Cattle

Red Sindhi cow is found in Punjab, Haryana, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. Due to its color, it is called the Red Sindhi cow. This red-colored cow is known for high milk production. They give milk from 2000 to 3000 liters annually. Earlier this breed was found only in the Sindh region but now it is also found in Punjab, Haryana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Odisha.

Krishna Valley, Indian breed of draught cattle

This breed is originally from Karnataka. The horns of this cow of white color are short and thick. Once a mother, she gives an average of 900 milk.

Nagori Breed

The color of this breed found in the Nagaur district of Rajasthan is light red, white, and light purple. Once a mother, this breed gives 600 to 1000 liters of milk. The fat in its milk is 4.9%. The bulls of this breed are of good carrying capacity.

Khillari Cattle Breed

This breed is basically found in Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Western Maharashtra. The color of this species is khaki, the head is big, the horns are long and the tail is short. Bulls of the Khillari species are very powerful. The average weight of a male of this breed is 450 kg and that of a cow is 360 kg. The fat in its milk is about 4.2%. Once it becomes a mother, this cow gives an average of 240-515 liters of milk.

Also Read: Top 10 Desi Cow Breeds: know about 10 advanced

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