Tag: North India

Ponwar Cattle Breed( Cow/ Bull)

Ponwar is an indigenous cattle breed of India. It is known to be originated at Ponwar in Puranpur Taluk in Pilibhit district of Uttar Pradesh state and the breed is named after the same place. The cattle are also restricted to the small geographic area adjoining Ponwar. The cattle are known to be very active and are of fiery disposition. They exhibit dual colored complexion […]

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Mewati Cattle breed ( Cow/ Bull)

Mewati, also known as Kosi, is an indigenous breed of cattle in India. They are named after Mewat in Haryana state. They are known to be related to Gyr and Haryanvi cattle breeds. The cattle are almost universally white in colour with the rare occurrence of brown shades. It is considered to be a dual […]

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Bachaur Cattle Breed ( Cow/ Bull)

The breeding tract of Bachaur cattle is Sitamarhi, Dharbanga and Madhubani district of Bihar. They are also known as “Bhutia”. They are now mostly concentrated in the areas adjoining Nepal border of India, comprising Bachaur and Koilpur sub-divisions of Sitamarhi district of Bihar State. The breed has very close similarity to the Hariana breed. The […]

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Kherigarh Cattle Breed (Cow/ Bull)

  Kherigarh is an indigenous draught breed of cattle in India. It originated in the Lakhimpur Kheri district of the state of Uttar Pradesh, The breed has been named after this area. The cattle are closely related to Malwa breed cattle. It is a breed, the bulls are used for light draft works. Colour:  Mostly this cattle will be with white coat colour. […]

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