Breed: Red Sindhi:
- The Red Sindhi originated in the Pakistani state of Sind.
- Red Sindhi cattle are very heat tolerant and hardy.
- They can also adapt to different types of forage.
- Red Sindhi cows produce a lot of milk under varying conditions.
- Under good management conditions, a Red Sindhi cow will produce about 1700 kg (3740 pounds) of milk
after suckling her calf.
- Under optimal conditions, the cow can produce over 3400 kg (7480 pounds) of milk.
- The cows average 116 cm with a body weight of 340 kg (748 pounds).
- The bulls average 134 cm in height and a body weight of 420 kg (924 pounds).
- Red Sindhi are usually a deep red, but can range in color from light red or brown through to dark
red or dark brown.
- The bulls are typically darker than the cows, and may be almost black on the head, feet, and tail.
- Red Sindhi have a hump on their shoulder area.
- Red Sindhi can be found in at least 33 countries on several continents including Africa, Asia,
Australia, and the Americas.
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