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  • NILI-RAVI;CHINA;MILK YIELD;LACTATION;MILKING

  • Nili-Ravi buffaloes were introduced in Guangxi and Hubei of China from Pakistan in 1974. At writing, 264 Nili-Ravi buffalo calves have been born in the two provinces. The survival rate was 94.3 percent. The average body weight at the age of 24 months was 600-633.3 kg for males and 461.2-508.3 kg for females. The average lactation yield was 1,959 kg. The average butter fat content was 7.63 percent. The best cows had a lactation yield of 3,400-3,800 kg. Nili-Ravi bulls have been mated with local buffalo cows and Murrah X local buffalo cows (MF1) since 1975. About 920 NF1 and 2800 N(MF1), progenies have been produced to date. It has been indicated that these crossbred buffaloes under the same feeding and management conditions were superior to other crossbred groups and the local breed in their growth rate, milk yield and meat production. It is believed that the Nili-Ravi buffalo can entirely adapt to the environment conditions in the south of China. Reproductive perfomance appears to be good. Since 1974, the Nili-Ravi bull has been used to improve the local animal. The heterotic effect on progenies is significant and they have a good potential for high milk yields and good quality meat.

  • [1] Huang Haipeng (Guangxi Animal Husbandry Research Institute, nanning, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, People Republic of (China). Department of Buffalo Science)
    [2] Wu Runpei (Zhejiang Agriculture University, Hungzhou, People Republic of (China). Department of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science)

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Huang Haipeng and Wu Runpei. (1987). Nili-Ravi buffalo in the South of China.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 6 (4) ,83-88


Huang Haipeng and Wu Runpei. "Nili-Ravi buffalo in the South of China" Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 6, 1987, 83-88.

Huang Haipeng and Wu Runpei. (1987). Nili-Ravi buffalo in the South of China.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 6 (4) ,83-88