Frequently Asked questions
1. Whose buffalo produces the most milk?
Ans - The Murrah breed of Indian buffalo is known to produce the most milk.
2. How long do Murrah buffalo produce milk for?
Ans - In the Murrah breed, lactation lasts roughly 300 days, while in the Nili-Ravi breed, it lasts roughly 320 days. The first lactation's milk yields range from 1500 to 1800 kg, increasing gradually to a peak in the fourth lactation, where they are then maintained until the ninth lactation.
3. What are Murrah's distinguishing traits?
Ans - Breed Specifications:
The murrah breed of buffalo has a large body, a relatively long neck and head, short, tightly curved horns, a well-developed udder, broad hips, and drooping fore and hind parts. The long tail extends to the fetlocks.
4. What does the Murrah buffalo serve?
Ans - Water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) of the Murrah breed are mostly raised for their milk.