National Dairy Mela: Haryana farmer's cow gets top spot with 58.86kg milk daily

National Dairy Mela: Haryana farmer's cow gets top spot with 58.86kg milk daily


KARNAL: The three-day National Dairy Mela being organised at the National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI), Karnal successfully concluded on Monday. Competitions were organised in 10 categories, including beauty and milk yield, at the mela.
A cow which belonged to Pradeep, a farmer from Dadupur village in Karnal, won the first prize in the HF crossbreed category of high milk production by yielding 58.86kg milk. The second prize went to a cow owned by Vijender Chauhan of Barani Khalsa, that produced 58.17 kg milk per day.
In the other crossbreed cows’ milking competition, Ambala farmer Jasdeep Singh’s cow stood first with a milk yield of 26.97 kg.
In the indigenous cows’ category, the cow owned by Ram Singh of Taraori stood first with a milk yield of 21.31kg. The cow of farmer Naresh stood second with a milk yield of 15.81 kg per day.
In Murrah buffalo (milk yield) competition, Assandh farmer Randeep’s buffalo stood first with 21.77 kg milk yield. Buffalo of Mundh village farmer Kuldeep yielded 18.94 kg milk and bagged the second prize. The buffalo of Rakesh of Kaithal stood third with a yield 17.84kg milk.





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