Bharathiya Cows

Home Tract: western part of Rajasthan Type: Milk breed this is originated from sahiwal, sindhi, Tharparkar breeds sahiwal blood is more seen. Colour: usually brown with white patches, completely brown or black coat with white patches. Muzzle: black Ears: Moderate, dewlap is voluminous. Tail: long, swich is black.
Home tract: Erode dindigal and Coimbatore Type: draught, medium size. Colour: grey and white. Bulls: dark colour in hump, fore and hind quarters face Eyes: Dark rings. Homs: long upward.

Home tract: nellor district of Andhra Pradesh . Type: Draught these are our mute ambassadors to many countries. Colour: white, males- dark grey marking on head . Homs: Short and stumpy. Muzzle: black.
Home tract: malva of Madhya Pradesh and jhalwar. Type: draught. Colour: white, males- grey dark in neck. Head: short, dished forehead. Homs: strong pointed emerge form outer angles. Tail: swich is black.

Home tract: wardhan district of maharasthra. Type: dual, medium size in 18 century. Skins: white or light grey males grey on neck. Eyes: Alimond shaped, placed slightly at angles. Ears: Medium size carried high. Homs: short and stumpy, blunt at the tip. Tail: short.
Home tract: Hassan, chikmangalur, chithradhurga. Type: draught, know for its power and endurance. Skine: generally grey, white and black is also seen. Head: Long and tapering forehead is narrow, farrow in the middle. Horns: Long, emerge from the top of poll close together backward and upward direction. Ears: small, horizontal. Hooves: hard, close together.

Home tract: philibith district of uttar Pradesh. Type: draught purpose local white cows and the base of this breed tharu tribles are maintaining these cows for years. Colour: black or brown with white patches. Face: small white patches on forehead. Ears: small. Homs: small, pointed. Tail: long, white swich.
Home tract: nasik and ahmadnagar ofmaharasthra called dangs ghats. Type: draught medium to heavy size known for excellent working qualities owes the body, shining coat. Colour: white with red or black spots over the body shining coat. Muzzle: large. Homs: short and thick. Ears: small. Hooves: black, flint like, very hard. Skin: exudes oil secrelion which protects form rain.

Home tract: on the banks ken river at lalithpur hamipur ofuttar Pradesh tikamgarth of Madhya Pradesh. Type: draught purpose moderate sized, strong legs are the specialities. They work under any advers conditions. Due to the popularity of hariana and tharaparkar the number of decreasing. Colour: grey. Face: small, broad, groove at forehead. Horn: starts form the side of poll and bends forwords. Ears: pointed, small.
Home tract: bijapur district of Karnataka, solapur of maharashtara. Type: draught know for its draught endurance. Colour: grayish white males fore and hindquartes are black grey white mottled marking on face Tapti kulari variety is white carroty nose and hooves newly born calves- red poll but disappears within 2 months. Forehead: narrow, long, conve bulge towards horns, district grave from nose to poll. Ears: small, held sideways. Homs: long pointed, close at the root bow shaped. Hooves: closely set, black, tail-black switch.

Home tract: Mysore, Mandya, Bangalore, Kolar, Tumkur, Hassan. Type: draught best draught breed of south india medium sized, compact and muscular most of south Indian beeds have originated from this breed. Male calves are allowed to suckle full milk. Skin: grey to dark grey. Muzzle: grey to black. Ears: small, tapering to a point. Tail: switch is black.
Home tract: Naguar district of rajasthan. Type: draught. Colour: white, light grey. Ears: medium size. Muzzele: black. Homs: black, medium size..
Homr tract: kutch of gujarath jodhpur and rajasthan. Type: dual, heavy breed onr of the oldest breeds. Colour: grey of steel black males-hind and fore quarters hump is back. Face: Short, nose is slightly upturned. Ears: long pendulous. Homs: strong long lyre shaped.
Home Tract: banks of ganga river bihar, Varanasi. Type: Milk breed developed from harinaa breed 10 years back this breed was at the verge of extinction. But by the effort of local you bhaktas< which are giving 10-15 liters of milk per day. Colour: White. Face: narrow. Muzzle: Black. Eyes: black. Homs: short, upwards pointing. Tail: long, black switch. Gir: native of gujarath, maharasthra and rajasthan. Size: medium. Height: female average height 1.30 male average. Colour: red and white speckled. Ears: long And pendulous.
The origin of the breed is in the Gir forest region and surrounding districts of Saurashtra region of Gujarat State. It is a moderate to large size breed. The females average 385 kg with a height of 130 cm and the males average 545 kg with a height of 135 cm. The average milk yield for the Gir is 1590 kg per lactation, with a record production of 3182 kg at 4.5% fat in India
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