International Camel Conference in Pakistan

A meeting of the camel association of Pakistan (CAP) was held in the faculty of Animal Husbandry, university of agriculture Faislalabad on 25th March, 2012. All the camel issues were discussed. New cabinet of the CAP was constituted. Also working groups on various aspects of camel in Pakistan and CAP were formulated.  An international conference on camel […]

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Balochi Horse of Balochistan

Balochi horse is unique, highly efficient in the dry mountainous region of Balochistan. Th e horse is equally fit for plain lands, desert and mountainous ecosystems. Phenotypically very close to the African horse.  The horse has compact body size and having wide and strong canon bones. The horse is alert and smart. The horse is the part of […]

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Raidi or Jathnasal Camel breed of Balochistan

This breed of camel purely belongs to a pastoral community of Jath. They are entirely pastoral and move on the Kachhi basin and reach to Sindh province of Pakistan in winter and in summer they reach up to their destination in the Bolan hills. According to them, Berrela breed of Thal (a small desert in […]

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Berrela Camel of Cholistan

Berrela camel is another important camel breed of Cholistan. Actually Brela is the camel of long travelling camel breeders of the region. The originate their travel from Thal desert of Punjab and reach up to Cholistan desert. Berrela camel is good milk producing animal in Pakistan after Kharani camel.  Barrela camel is mostly reared in […]

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Marrecha camel of Cholistan Desert

Marrecha camel is one of the precious camel genetic resources of Cholistan desert. Cholistan desert is the offshoot of great Indian desert. After the division of India, half of the great Indian desert came in Pakistan which was further split into two halves, i.e. Thar/Tharparker and the Cholistan.   Marrecha camel is also known as […]

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The world’s leading milch camel~The Kharani

The world's leading milch camel~The Kharani

Kharani camel is found in the Chaghai-Kharan desert of Balochistan Pakistan. The best milch animal in the world. There is high variability within the breed for milk production. In the wet days of the year, when there is succulent vegetation, some specimen of the breed produce up to 38 litre of milk per day. Unfortunately, this breed is under severe threat. The main cause of erosion is the depletion of Thagaz (Halloxylon spp).

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