Conventional Semen Amritmahal Bulls

Amritmahal is a draft-purpose cattle breed also known as Doddana, Jaweri Dana, originated from a herd established by the ruler of Mysore state between 1572 and 1636 A D and is now found in Chikmagalur, Chitradurga, Hassan, Shimoga, Tumkur, Davanagere districts of Karnataka. This breed is a Famous draft breed known for its power and endurance. Animals are fiery and active, and Bullocks are especially suited for trotting and quick transportation. This animal looks Grey, but varies from white to almost black. White grey markings are present on the face and dewlap in some animals. Dark shades on neck, shoulder, hump, and hindquarters. Horns are long. Emerge from the top of the poll fairly close together in a backward and upward direction, turn in, and end in sharp black points – sometimes touching each other.

Amritmahal

The head is long and tapering towards the muzzle. It has an average of 572 kg of milk yield per lactation. Cow has average body length 133.6 cm, height at wither 126.01 cm and chest girth 149.4 cm. The average age at first calving recorded as 1,520 days, lactation length 299 days and inter-calving period 430 days.

Name of BullTag No.UIDDOBBreedDam No. / NameStd. M.Y. (Kg)Fat%SireINAPH ID
LALIT*C-4-0437001136837324.07.04AmritMahalRanganatha600NASiddarame-H90-5NA
LAKHOJI**B-08-4137001136834014.11.08AmritMahalObladevi /B-04/12600NAChandirNA