|Country of origin||India, Pakistan|
|Distribution||Azerbaijan, Brazil, Colombia, China, Ecuador, Guatemala, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Viet Nam|
|Weight||Male: 750 kg|
|Female: 650 kg|
|Height||Male: ca. 142 cm|
|Female: ca. 133 cm|
The Murrah breed of Water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) is a breed of domestic water buffalo kept for dairy production. It is originally from Punjab and Haryana states of India and Pakistan and has been used to improve the milk production of dairy buffalo in other countries, such as Italy, Bulgaria and Egypt. In Brazil this breed of buffalo is used for production of meat and also milk. This breed of buffalo sells for a high price
Jet black in colour, sometimes with white markings on face or legs. Bulls weigh 550 kg and cows 450 kg.Short and tightly curved horns is a typical feature.Average milk production is 2200 litres in a lactation period of 310 days. 
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