Facts about Umbalachery

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The Umbalachery is a zebuine cattle breed from India. It may be found on the coastal plains of Tamil Nadu, particularly in the districts of Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, and Thanjavur. It was bred for draught work, especially in the area’s rice fields.

Umbalachery cow, Pasuthai Bangalore

Cross-breeding of local cattle with animals from the same state’s Kangayam cattle breed is said to have given rise to the Umblachery of eastern and central Tamil Nadu. It may be found on the coastal plains of Nagapattinam, Tiruvarur, and Thanjavur districts.

In the year 2000, a census revealed a population of 283157 people. The FAO classified its conservation status as “endangered” in 2007. The breed population was estimated to be between 39000 and 72000 in 2013; by 2020, it is expected to be between 39000 and 72000. The conservation status submitted to DAD-IS in 2020 was “not endangered.”

Umbalachery cow, Pasuthai Bangalore

The Umbalachery is a tiny breed with a wither height of slightly over a meter. Bulls are darker and may have white markings such as white socks or a white star on the face. Cows are grey with darker markings on the face and neck, as well as on the hindquarters; bulls are darker and may have white markings such as white socks or a white star on the face. In both sexes, the horns are tiny. Calves are born crimson, but within the first year of life, they become grey.

Umbalachery cow, Pasuthai Bangalore

The Umbalachery was bred for draught labour, especially in the area’s rice fields. It can also be milked; the milk has a fat content of around 4.9 percent and produces about 400 kilogrammes per year.

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