Goat & POultry Solutions

 

Weight Approx. - 500 Kgs

Milking Capacity (300 days) - 3000 Liters

Peak Milk Yield - 14 Kg

Transportation (Exclusive) - Rs 2500 + Rs 20 per Km above 60 Km

Minimum Order - 5 buffaloes

Cost - Rs 90,000/-

Contact - +91 - 9540612588


Murrah

Some important characteristics of murrah: Jet black color, long thin slender neck, thin skin, large milk vein, short stout body.

Nili Ravi (Panch Kalyani)

The home tract of Nili-Ravi buffaloes range in the belt between the Sutluj and Ravi rivers of the undivided Punjab Province. Actually Nili & Ravi were two different breeds long before, but due to the passage of time and with intensive crossbreeding, the two breeds converted into single breed named Nili-Ravi. Nili-Ravi buffaloes are found in almost all the districts, with major concentration in Amritsar, Gurdaspur and Ferozepur districts of Indian Punjab and in Lahore, Sheikhupura, Faizabad, Okora, Sahiwal, Multan, Bohawalpur and Bahwalnagar districts of Pakistan Punjab. However, due to good dairy characteristics of this breed in Pakistan, Nili-Ravi buffaloes are found in whole of Pakistan with major concentration in buffalo colony at Karachi, where large number of Nili Ravi buffaloes is procured from the breeding tract for supply of fresh milk to city residents (Jain & Mehra).

Weight Approx. - 550 Kgs

Milking Capacity (300 days) - 3300 liters

Peak Milk Yield - 16 Kg

Transportation (Exclusive) - Rs 2500 + Rs 20 per Km above 60 Km

Minimum Order - 5 buffaloes

Cost - Rs 100,000/-

Contact - +91 - 9540612588


Its home tract stretches around the southern parts of Haryana comprising the districts of rohtak, Jind, Hisar, Jhajhar, Fatehabad, Gurgaon and the Union Territory of Delhi. However, this breed has spread to almost all parts of the country and is being bred either in pure form or is being used as improver breed for grading up local buffaloes. In fact, this breed has even found and important place in the livestock industry of many developing countries like Bulgaria, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, China, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Nepal, former USSR, Myanmar, Vietnam, Brazil and Shri Lanka.

​​Some important characteristics of Nili Ravi: The color is usually black but brown is not uncommon. Horns are small, tightly curled but slightly less curled as compared to that of Murrah and circular in cross section. White markings are found on hind legs, fore legs and white spots on forehead, muzzle. They are usually walled eyes. Tail has white switch. Neck is long and thin in females while it is thick and powerful in the male