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Crossbreed Cows

The shading of our Crossbreed Cows is typically are less bended toward the end contrasted with Murrah breed yet are longer and could be of unpredictable shape. The udder is very much formed. In addition, the shading is typically dark to dim, with white markings regularly on face, legs or tail-tips. The normal drain yield is between 1200-1500 kg for every lactation period. Furthermore, these Crossbreed Cows have great persistency. The calving period ranges from 450 days to two years. The cows are useful for substantial work, however, are somewhat moderate.