Sunandini

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Sunandini
Other namesSunandini
Country of originIndia
DistributionIndia
UseDairy and meat (ground beef and roast beef)
Notes
Used for dairy.

Sunandini is a composite breed of cattle developed in India by crossing nondescript cattle with Brown Swiss, Jersey cattle and Holstein Friesian cattle.[1] Jersey and HF bulls from many parts of the world are extensively utilized to generate this breed.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chacko, C.T. "Development of the Sunandini cattle breed in India". FAO. Retrieved 21 April 2016.