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The breed derives its name from Sahiwal area in Montgomery district of Punjab in Pakistan. These Cows are also known as "Lambi Bar", "Lola", "Multani" , "Montgomery" and "Teli". The breeding tract of the breed is Ferozpur and Amritsar districts of Punjab and Sri Ganganagar district of Rajasthan. Good herds of pure Sahiwal cattle are available around Fazilka and Abohar towns of Ferozepur district in Punjab. The cows are brownish red in colour; shades may vary from a mahogany red brown to more greyish red. Extremities in bulls are darker than rest of body colour. Occasionally there are white patches. Animals have well developed udder, good slope at rump and shorter horns. Dewlap is medium in size. Average lactation yield of Sahiwal cows is 2325 kilo grams. The lactation yield ranges from 1600 to 2750 Kg. However, selected herds may have higher productivity. Milk yield as high as 6000 lit has been recorded under organized farm conditions. Considering the merit of this breed, Sahiwal animals were imported by Australia and were used in developing a synthetic crossbred called Australian Milking Zebu (AMZ) cattle.
A large herd of Sahiwal cows is maintained by National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal in Haryana.
We are serving Sahiwal Cow a2 Milk from noida sector 126 located Gaushala namely Raghukul Organic Farm
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The Sahiwal is one of the best Cow breeds in India as well as in Pakistan. It is tick-resistant, heat-tolerant and noted for its high resistance to parasites, both internal and external. Cows average 2270 kg of milk during a lactation while suckling a calf and much higher milk yields have been recorded. Due to their heat tolerance and high milk production they have been exported to other Asian countries as well as Africa and the Caribbean. As oxen they are generally docile and lethargic, making them more useful for slow work. Their color can range from reddish brown through to the more predominant red, with varying amounts of white on the neck, and the underline. In males the color darkens towards the extremities, such as the head, legs and tails..
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