Saturday, 21 July 2012

HF COW


 Holstein and Holstein Friesian cross Cows with milk yieid capacity of 3000 to 7000 liters in a lactation ( 15 to 40 liters milk per day)
 Holstein Heifers with pedigree records
 All the Holstein cows are Functional Type- “good feet and good udders”
 Holstein Heifers with pedigree records in excellent health and body structure are available for sale to dairy owners, cattle breeders and institutions.

The Holstein cow originated in Europe. The major historical development of this breed occurred in what is now the Netherlands and more specifically in the two northern provinces of North Holland and Friesland which lay on either side of the Zuider Zee. The original stock were the black animals and white animals of the Batavians and Friesians, migrant European tribes who settled in the Rhine Delta region about 2,000 years ago.
For many years, Holsteins were bred and strictly culled to obtain animals which would make best use of grass, the area's most abundant resource. The intermingling of these animals evolved into an efficient, high-producing black-and-white dairy cow.

Characteristics of Holsteins

Holsteins are most quickly recognized by their distinctive color markings and outstanding milk production.
Physical Characteristics
Holsteins are large, stylish animals with color patterns of black and white or red and white.
A healthy Holstein calf weighs 90 pounds or more at birth. A mature Holstein cow weighs about 1500 pounds and stand 58 inches tall at the shoulder.
Holstein heifers can be bred at 15 months of age, when they weigh about 800 pounds. It is desirable to have Holstein females calve for the first time between 24 and 27 months of age. Holstein gestation is approximately nine months.
While some cows may live considerably longer, the normal productive life of a Holstein is 12 years.
Milk Production
Average production for all Holsteins reared at Model Dairy Farm in 2007-8 was 6000 kg. Average fat 3.8% and Average SNF 8.35%.

9 comments:

  1. Dear sir,

    i am planing to start a dairy farming before the end of this year. i haved done some priliminary work about the different breeds animals and i have desided to satart with HF cow or MURRHA buffalo which are in 1st or 2nd lactation, so please let me know the price of both .

    Warm regards,
    Praveen
    mobile no: +918892025389
    Mail.id: praveen.b.b85@gmail.com

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  2. Hello tis is jaganath from banglore and all types of cattles can b provided through out india ....... for more info contact +919845661012 jaganath

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  3. Hi, I'm srinivas and have a dairy farm one year near kanakapura, karnataka & I'm looking for hf 2nd pregnent or 2nd lactating good healthy & well structured with goog milk yield history.
    Regards.
    Srinivas. 09845078422.

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  4. 10-12 Ltr ---- Buffalo Cost is between 45-605Thousand.
    12-15 Ltr ---- Buffalo Cost is Between 65-80 Thousand.
    15-18 Ltr ---- Buffalo Cost is Around 1 lac.
    20 Ltr ----- Buffalo Cost is Around 1.2 lac.

    10-15ltr ----- Cow cost is around 25 Thousand
    20-25ltr ------ Cow cost is between 35-50 Thousand



    Reagrds
    Sajjan Singh
    Mob : 7503921739
    Sajjan Diary Farm
    Village : Naurangabad(Bhiwani)
    Near ITS Engineering Collage and BITS Engineering Collage
    Bhiwani (Haryana)

    2Hour Drive from Capital of India(New Delhi)
    http://sajjandairyfarm.com/

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  5. i am planing to start a dairy farming with in 4 months so please send price details of HF & jursy cows my Email ID : kpnathu@gmail.com , Contact : 8880049469

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  6. I am planing to start dairy farming soon for which i am looking for HF Cow in number of 15 so what will be the cost and i also looking for milk pump ...

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  7. i am planing to start a dairy farming. i have desided to satart with HF cow or MURRHA buffalo which are in 1st or 2nd lactation, so please let me know the price of both .
    my mb:9089742575
    email:ankushayush005@gmail.com

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  8. I am planning to set up a dairy farm in bihar so i need to buy about 20 hf cows which produce approx 18 litres of milk daily for almost a year.Hence i want to know the price for these cow and their availability??Please provide me details as soon as possible..

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  9. Looking for Jersey, H, HF, Brown Swiss or any other equivalent breeds with a head count of 25-30 and hiefers of same breeds of 50 head counts.

    Manjunathan (suman.manju@gmail.com, 09886323541)

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