Bhadawari is a milch breed also known as Etawah. Now Bhadawari buffaloes are found in the ravines of Yamuna, Chambal, and Utangan rivers spread over in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. The breeding areas are Bah tehsil of Agra; Chakarnagar and Barhpura blocks of Etawah; Ambah and Porsa tehsils of Morena; and Mahangaon tehsil of Bhind district. It is Blackish copper to light copper and the color of the legs is usually like wheat straw. The horns are black curling slightly outward, downward before running backward parallel and close to the neck and finally turning upward. Two white lines “Chevron” locally called as Kanthy are present on the lower side of the neck is the peculiar character of this breed. Bhadawari Buffaloes has average body length 115 cm, height at wither 117 cm and chest girth 184 cm. The average age at first calving recorded as 1600 days, lactation length 320 days and inter-calving period 450 days. This breed has an average of 900 kg of milk production per lactation.Bhadawari breed is known for its fat content in milk.