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Gupta Dairy, Karnal (Haryana)

Murrah Buffalo


Murrah Buffalo

Specifications

Breed Murrah
Color Black
Use Dairy Production
Speed 40 km/h
Milk 16-18 ltr per day
Life 18 – 22 years

Murrah breed of Buffaloes also known as ‘Kali, ‘Kundi’, and Delhi, has positioned themselves as one of the most integral parts of the livestock industry. We are the dominant Murrah supplier in India, that offers large-bodied Murrah buffaloes in jet black with occasional white marks on the tail. The buffalo breed is known to feed on fodder and yields about 1002 kg to 2057 kg per lactation, each with a fat content of about 8.3%.


High-Breed Quality Murrah Buffalo


Our Murrah buffaloes are quite popular all across India. Ever since stepping into the market of the cattle business, we have strived hard to offer you with the best-quality and high-breed Murrah buffalo. The expert team we are aided with, diligently work towards keeping each of the Murrah buffaloes in hygienic places with good and nourishing food.


Famous Murrah Buffalo Supplier in Andhra Pradesh


We not only move towards making money from cattle but also practice respect towards them, given the number of things that we bless us with. We supply Murrah buffalo to a lot of places in India. The shelter that we have made for our HF heifers for sale are apt to keep in good health. We take credits for being one of the oldest suppliers of Murrah buffaloes in India.


Good-Natured Murrah Buffalo Available


We are the biggest Murrah buffalo supplier in Andhra Pradesh, that has been looking into client needs since the time of foundation. We offer you the best quotation for our Murrah buffalo. Each of our Murrah buffalo is known for its yellowish-shaped horns and fat production in their milk. The milk yielded by our Murrah buffalo contains about 8% fat. Get in touch with us for an affordable range of Murrah buffaloes and their good-quantity milk production.


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