The head of our Sahiwal Cow is nearly little, the legs are short and heavy, the hooves are dark, and the rump is uniform and higher than the forequarters. The tail is long, thin and adaptable with highly contrasting or unadulterated white markings coming to up to fetlock. The body of this Sahiwal Cow is normally light or copper shaded which is peculiar` to this breed. The ears are inadequate. The normal milk generation is 800kg to one tonne. The cows are rumored as great draft creatures with warmth resilience. The rearing tract of this breed is in Baroda and Kaira regions of Gujarat.