How nutritious is the milk of punganur cows compared to normal cow's milk?


The milk of punganur cows has many medicinal properties. Even medicine is made from the milk of this cow. Not only is the milk of this cow like nectar but its dung and urine are also sold and bought.

A photo of indian Prime minister Narendra Modi is going viral on social media. Actually, in this photo, he is seen feeding fodder to 3-4 cows. This picture of PM Modi is so beautiful that it is being discussed everywhere. For your information, let us tell you that the cow seen in the picture is not a common cow but a punganur cow. Let us tell you how punganur cows are different from common cows.


Punganur cow is very nutritious

Experts believe that the milk of punganur cows has many medicinal properties. Even medicine is made from the milk of this cow. Not only is the milk of this cow like nectar but its dung and urine are also sold and bought. You can easily rear this cow at a low cost. It can live comfortably in any season. The height of this cow is only 2 feet. And it gives only 2-3 kg milk in a day.


This cow gives so much milk

Once this cow gives birth to a child, it gives up to 540 liters of milk in 260 days. Which contains up to 8 percent fat. Whereas in other common cows, the percentage of fat ranges from 3 to 3.5.


For this special reason, this cow was named Punganur

This cow is found in the punganur area of chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Due to this, it was named Punganur. It is small in appearance, that is, if you look at it, you will think that it is a calf, but looking at the structure of the body, you will know that it is a Punganur. Its milk is very thick. Besides, it also produces more butter than other cows.

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