• Winner in PDFA Championship and Prized By Govt. Minister Captain Kaveljeet Signh held at Murah Breed All India Championship <br />  Gigrav Punjab

    Winner in PDFA Championship and Prized By Govt. Minister Captain Kaveljeet Signh held at Murah Breed All India Championship
    Gigrav Punjab

  • All Time Winner Prized By Govt. of Punjab In 2009

    All Time Winner Prized By Govt. of Punjab In 2009

  • Khali With Dr. Gehlot (V.C. of Jaipur University), Dr. Joga Singh(P.H.D.), Dr. Sharma

    Khali With Dr. Gehlot (V.C. of Jaipur University), Dr. Joga Singh(P.H.D.), Dr. Sharma

  • Khali with Fans..

    Khali with Fans..

  • Khali with Dr. Inderjeet Singh (Director CIRB Hisar), Dean of animal College Ethiopia Country and P.H.D. student in anikmal college in <br /> Ethopia at Murah Bredding Farm Sangra Near Fatehbad

    Khali with Dr. Inderjeet Singh (Director CIRB Hisar), Dean of animal College Ethiopia Country and P.H.D. student in anikmal college in
    Ethopia at Murah Bredding Farm Sangra Near Fatehbad

  • Khali at  Farm ..

    Khali at Farm ..

  • Khali with Great Story teller of Sikh Community and HONOR of Bhai Sahab, Bhai Pinderpal Singh Ji

    Khali with Great Story teller of Sikh Community and HONOR of Bhai Sahab, Bhai Pinderpal Singh Ji

  • Khali with Dr. Ranjodhan Signh Sehoda (Judge of GADVASHU Ludhiana) and Dr. Saini (Judge of GADVASU Ludhiana)

    Khali with Dr. Ranjodhan Signh Sehoda (Judge of GADVASHU Ludhiana) and Dr. Saini (Judge of GADVASU Ludhiana)

  • Prized By Sukhbir Singh Badel (Dupty C.M. of  Punjab and admirer of animal)

    Prized By Sukhbir Singh Badel (Dupty C.M. of Punjab and admirer of animal)

  • All India Championship Prized By Guljar Singh Reneek (Minister of animal Department) held in 2011.

    All India Championship Prized By Guljar Singh Reneek (Minister of animal Department) held in 2011.

  • North India Championship prized By Sukhbir Singh Badel (Dupty Chief Minister of punjab)

    North India Championship prized By Sukhbir Singh Badel (Dupty Chief Minister of punjab)

Welcome To Murrah Khali Toor Farms

Haryana is the home of Murrah water buffalo. Here in Haryana, the Murrah buffalo keeping has a special role as its husbandry has been the way of life. Consequently, Haryana has the privilege of being known as the livestock mint of India. It is an acknowledged fact that the buffalo is a better converter of coarse feeds into fat-rich milk even under harsh agro-climatic situations. Haryana has the world’s best dairy type buffalo — the Murrah — capable of milk yields as high as 35 kg a day. The buffalo of Murrah breed, which is described as the “Asian tractor”, is in fact triple purpose animal — for milk, meat and work.   The Murrah buffalo is the finest genetic material of milk producing buffalo in the world. This breed has beaten the best dairy cows of the world in performance. Haryana’s trade in milch animals outside the state lends undoubtedly a great economic fillip to rural breeders of Murrah buffalo. Of the total production of milk of India, about 53 per cent comes from buffaloes, 43 per cent from cows and 4 per cent from goats and sheep. For cow milk, the average fat varies from 3 to 5 per cent and for buffalo milk from 7.5 to 9 per cent. In economic terms, therefore, the rearing of buffalo is advantageous than cow keeping.   Considering the above facts, advanced dairy countries are studying the economics of Murrah buffalo keeping. During the past one year, a United States dairy firm had purchased Murrah buffaloes, each yielding over 25 kg milk a day, at a cost of Rs 2.5 lakh each from Haryana. This shows that rich countries will soon switch over to Murrah husbandry. ...