Hello aspirants. Welcome to another session of our discussion series. Today we are going to discuss another important topic related to cattle breeds. First of all, let us see the question asked by IBPS AFO Mains 2019-20.
Which of the following cattle breed is indigenous draught purpose while their cows are poor yielder?
- Red Sindhi
The correct answer is Khillari.
Let’s see the explanation with some more related breeds –
Indigenous dairy breeds of cattle are –
The first one is Gir from Gujarat
Second is Red Sindhi from Karachi and Hyderabad district of Pakistan
Third is Sahiwal from Montgomery in present Pakistan
Indigenous Draught breeds of cattle-
The first breed is Hallikar from Karnataka
The second breed is Amritmahal from Karnataka
The third one is Khillari from Sholapur and Sitapur district of Maharashtra
The fourth one is Kangyam from Tamil Nadu
Next is Bargur from Tamil Nadu
The next breed is Umblacherry from Tamil Nadu
The next one is Pulikulam from Tamil Nadu
The last one from this category is Alambadi from Tamil Nadu
Indigenous Dual-breed of cattle
The first one is Tharparkar from Tharparkar district of southeast Sind in Pakistan
Second from Hariana from Rohtak, Hisar, Jind and Gurgaon districts of Haryana
The third one is Kankrej from Southeast Rann of Kutch of Gujarat and adjoining Rajasthan (Barmer and Jodhpur district)
Next is Ongole from Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh
The next one is Krishna Valley from Karnataka
The last one in this category is Deoni from Marathwada region of Maharashtra state of adjoining part of Karnataka and western Andhra Pradesh states
Exotic diary breed of cattle
The first one is Jersey from Island of Jersey, U.K.
The second one is Holstein Friesian from Northern parts of Netherlands
The third breed is Brown Swiss from Switzerland
The fourth breed is Red Dane from Denmark
The fifth one is Ayrshire from Scotland
The sixth and last breed is Guernsey from Small Island of Guernsey, France
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