Since the time immemorial, availability of animal genetic resource has greatly helped people and countries to assess their potential in harnessing the gift of nature. In India and other adjacent countries, buffalo is considered as the greatest livestock that provides milk, to make butter, cheese, yoghurt, dairy whitener, khoya, milk powder and ghee are to name a few. Keeping this several benefits offered by buffaloes to us in mind; we, Virender Pannu Dairy Farm render our clients easy access to buffalo farming in Haryana and have an access to these benefits. As a trader, we believe in serving the best to our customers, be it terms of quality or faster delivery. We choose optimum distribution channel that allows us to deliver the Murrah Buffalo, Murrah Breed Buffalo, Murrah Bull, etc. at our customers' end within the time period specified by them.
Our Quality Policy Through Hygiene Maintenance
The present scenario of the world for quality Murrah Breed Buffalo or other livestock has been decreasing constantly and rapidly. For this reason, more people are dependent on livestock with poor health that results in poor health of not only the milkmen but the people consuming products made from the milk of these livestock. In order to prevent the diseases and other issues, we trade all breeds of buffaloes that are healthy and produce higher milk quantity. The milk produced by our offered livestock is richer in calcium and protein in comparison to other cattle.
- Keeping the hygiene factor into consideration; their dairy farms are cleaned daily to prevent diseases.
- Safe animal feed and clean water is given to them at regular intervals of time.
- Livestock are kept in favorable conditions in their dairy farms.
- Their stables have rubber flooring to prevent accidents.
Not only in India, but other Asian countries treats Murrah Buffaloes as the most purposeful livestock among all because these are not only beneficial for obtaining milk, but are extremely suitable for trilling rice fields. At present, there are nearly about 130 million domestic Murrah Breed Buffaloes existing throughout the world of which 95.8% is found in Asia. However, in India, the population of buffaloes, in the year 2003, was more than 97.9%, which is approximately 56.5% of the total population of buffaloes in the world.