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|Country of origin||India|
|Distribution||Kolhapur, Sangli, Solapur and Satara districts of Maharashtra, India|
The Pandharpuri buffalo has 45-50 centimetre-long horns which are sometimes twisted.
Lactation length is 350 days, calving interval is 465 days. Milk yield is 1400 kg/305 days.
- M.D. Kulkarni, A.S. Kadam, A.V. Khanvilkar, and O.N. Ladukar (June 2005 ). Vein Varicosis in a Pandharpuri Buffalo - A Case Report. Buffalo Bulletin 24 (2): 24
- Project 1: Genetic Characterization of Indigenous Buffaloes Through Mitochondrial DNA and Molecular Markers. DNA Fingerprinting Unit, National Bureau of Animal Genetic Resources, Makrampur, Karnal. Archived 1 December 2008.
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