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Fifteen New Breeds Registered by ICAR PDF Download

New Breeds Registered by ICAR PDF Download

ICAR-National Bureau of Animal Genetic Resources, Karnal (NBAGR) is the nodal agency for the registration of newly identified germplasm of livestock and poultry of the country. {New Breeds Registered by ICAR PDF Download} Newly identified breeds are approved by Breed Registration Committee of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) headed by Deputy Director General (Animal Sciences), ICAR and represented by National Biodiversity Authority, Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries (GoI), ADGs (ICAR), Directors of ICARs species specific animal science institutes and NBAGR. Breed registration Committee in its meeting held on 5thSeptember, 2018 at New Delhi
approved registration of fifteen new breeds of livestock and poultry. This includes two breeds of cattle, three of buffalo, six of goat, and one each of sheep, pig, donkey and chicken. After including these newly registered breeds, total number of indigenous breeds now in the country is 184, which include 43 for cattle, 16 for buffalo, 34 for goat, 43 for sheep, 7 for horses & ponies, 9 for camel, 8 for pig, 2 for donkey, 1 for yak, 19 for chicken, 1 for duck and 1 for geese.

Ladakhi cattle:Ladakhi cattle are native to Ladakh region of Jammu &Kashmir. These are small sized and short statured black or brown colored animals well adapted to extreme cold climatic and hypoxic conditions. Body is compact with short legs that make this cattle more adapted to mountainous terrains. These cattle are reared under extensive system for milk, draft and manure purposes. Horns are curved slightly upward and forward ending with pointed tips over the forehead. Forehead is straight, small and hairy with slightly long face. Udder is small in size and bowl shaped.New Breeds Registered by ICAR PDF Download

Milk yield is around 2 to 5kg/day.

Milk has high fat percentage of around 5% and used mainly for producing butter and churpi, important part of diet of local people. Konkan Kapila:Distributed in Konkan region of Maharashtra and Goa. The animals are of various coat colours, predominant being reddish brown/black, however white/grey, mixed and in few animals brown or fawn coat colour is also available. The animals are small to medium in size with compact body, straight face,n small to medium sized hump and dewlap.New Breeds Registered by ICAR PDF Download

Generally straight and small sized horn emerge from side of  the poll behind and above eyes in outward and going upwards and backwards ending with pointed tips.New Breeds Registered by ICAR PDF Download

Konkan Kapila cattle are low milk producers (around 2.25 kg/day) and possess good draft ability suited to hilly terrain and hot and humid climate of its native tract. New Breeds Registered by ICAR PDF Download

Luit buffalo (Swamp):These are swamp buffaloes having 48 diploid no. of chromosome(2N) anddistributed mostly in upper Brahmaputra valley of Assam.These are also found in some areas of Mizoram, Manipur and
Nagaland bordering Assam.Luit is a medium sized black coloured buffalo with compact body
and strong built up. Forehead is broad with conical face and wide muzzle.New Breeds Registered by ICAR PDF Download

Eyes areprominent. Horns are broad at base, curved upward to form a semi circle and taper to a narrow tip. Light white stockings up to the knee are present in both fore and hind legs.New Breeds Registered by ICAR PDF Download

Tail is short reaching up to the hocks. Udder is bowl shaped and small in size. Lactation milk yield ranges from 385 to505kg. Bullocks are excellent draft animals for carting and ploughing especially in muddy field for paddy cultivation. New Breeds Registered by ICAR PDF Download

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