Surti is a milch purpose breed also called Charotari, Deccani, Gujarati, Nadiadi, and Talabda. This breed is named after the place Surat in Gujrat. Surat, Vadodara, Bharuch, Kheda districts of Gujrat is breeding tract of this breed. Milk of this breed contains high fat and SNF. The coat color of this breed varies from rusty brown through silver-grey to black. Skin is black or brown. The horns are medium in size, flat, sickle-shaped, and are directed downward and backward, and then turn upward at the tip to form a hook. It is a medium-sized animal and contains two white bands below the neck and sickle-shaped horns are peculiar characters. The surti buffalo is lighter in body weight, as compared to heavy breeds, consumes less feed, thrives well both on Stover’s and on limited or no green fodder and produces milk with high fat and SNF content. It is popular with landless, small, and marginal farmers. Surti Buffaloes has average body length 120 cm, height at wither 125 cm and chest girth 180 cm. The average age at first calving recorded as 1600 days, lactation length 350 days and inter-calving period 550 days. This breed has an average of 1400 kg of milk production per lactation.