Alambadi cows is a native, lovely breed originated from Alambadi of Dharmapuri district in the Tamil Nadu state of India. Alambadi is a strain that is uncommon. These cows breed is raised in Tamil Nadu’s areas.
Modern cattle breeders are trying to improve the milk production of the standard strain. The strain was maintained as a drought creature.
The farmers across India have to extend a helping hand to the conservation of their Alambadi cows. The news is that’that the State Government of Tamil Nadu has taken measures that are great for the conservation of the strain’.
Alambadi Cattle Characteristics
Alambadi cows are moderate in size and can be gray, dark gray or black in color. A few colors are available in some regions. There are markers in limb, the brow, and tail of the cattle breed.
Their neck is narrow and horns are backward curving. Hump and the forehead are notable, with a dewlap. Typically, an Alambadi bull weighs about cm and cow about 290 kg.
Alambadi cows is almost only a drought strain. In India, the strain is retained for plowing and pulling a cart. They used for wheat farming, and aren’t one of the milkers.
Alambadi cows is a really hardy animal and are quite helpful in plowing. And can defy all conditions. Alambadi cows give the quantity of milk. By increasing these cows breed the farmers may improve their situation.
Alambadi Cattle Breed Information
|Breed Purpose||Mainly kept for plowing and pulling a cart. Rarely kept for dairy.|
|Special Notes||Very hardy|
|Climate Tolerance||All Climates|
|Skin Color||Grey, dark grey or black|
|Varieties||Mainly Grey, Dark Grey or Black|
|Country of Origin||India|