Mewati, also known as “Kosi” or “Mehwati”, is a draught purpose breed. The breeding tyract includes Gurgaon and Faridabad districts of Haryana: Alwar and Bharatpur Districts of Rajasthan; and Mathura  District of Uttar Pradesh. Mewati cattle are powerful and docile, and are useful for heavy ploughing, carting and drawing water from deep wells. They are similar to Hariana but there are traces of influence of Gir, Kankrej and Malvi breeds also. Mewati cattle are usually white with neck, shoulders and quarters of a darker shade. Horns are small to medium in size and emerge outwards, upwards and then inwards in majority of animals. However, in some animals the horns emerge outwards and upward. Tips of the horns are pointed. Face is long and narrow with straight, sometimes slightly bulging forehead. The average lactation yield reported is around 958 Kg.

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Compiled by Animal Breeding Group, NDDB from Information System on Animal Genetic Resources of India (AGRI-IS)- developed at National Bureau of Animal genetic Resources, Karnal, Hariana,  India.