The cattle farmers will earn lakhs of rupees by rearing this breed of buffalo

By: Merikheti
Published on: 28-Nov-2023

As we all know, India is an agricultural country. There is a big demand for food and dairy products in our country. But, do you know which buffalo breed has the highest milk production capacity in India? If not, here is the answer to your question. Also, if you sell the milk of this buffalo by rearing it, then you can earn good money.



Murrah is considered to be the largest milk-producing buffalo breed in India. Murrah buffaloes provide 25 litres to 30 litres of milk per day on an average. This buffalo is reared on a large scale in North India. Cow's milk is high in protein and fat. Milk contains proteins, fats and carbohydrates. This buffalo milk is also used to prepare a variety of dairy products such as ghee, buttermilk, curd and butter. Talking about the price of Murrah buffalo, it ranges from Rs 50 thousand to Rs 1 lakh. Breeding this dog is extremely beneficial. A Murrah buffalo give about 25 litres of milk a day, according to which you can earn from Rs 1000 to Rs 1500 a day.



The buffalo of this breed also provides a lot of milk


At the same time, Mehsana buffalo also provides about 20 to 30 litres of milk in a day. Most of these are in Maharashtra and Gujarat. Let us tell you that this buffalo is reared in both the states. The Pandharpuri buffalo breed found in the state of Maharashtra is also known for its milk-yielding ability. Surti buffaloes are also very good at producing milk.



What is the height and weight of Murrah buffalo 


The horns of Murrah buffalo are twisted and in appearance they look powerful as compared to other buffaloes. It is mostly found in the states of Punjab and Haryana. However, it is still prevalent in other countries. Not only this, now the semen of this buffalo is also being heavily traded. Some of these animals are very tall and heavy. Their owners also send them to various competitions. In most of the competitions Murrah buffaloes remain in the forefront. However, most people follow these for milk production. It is also known as' black gold 'in Haryana. These are a little more black.