Indian buffalo

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Noun1.Indian buffalo - upland buffalo of eastern Asia where true water buffaloes do not thriveIndian buffalo - upland buffalo of eastern Asia where true water buffaloes do not thrive; used for draft and milk
Asiatic buffalo, Bubalus bubalis, water buffalo, water ox - an Asian buffalo that is often domesticated for use as a draft animal
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The Paul Dyck Plains Indian Buffalo Culture Collection was acquired through the generosity of the Dyck family and additional gifts of the Nielson Family and the Estate of Margaret S.
Blood was obtained aseptically by jugular puncture from nilgai maintained in semicaptivity at Deer Park, Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Izatnagar, and Indian buffalo from slaughter house, Bareilly.
Denominated Indian buffalo isolate is generally considered as the most significant host for sustaining the life cycle (4-6).
In the north German port of Hamburg alone, some 45 containers of Indian buffalo meat has been seized recently en route to Russia, the magazine said.
And over there's where we signed the treaty of Indian Buffalo Skull.
Both the Indian buffalo and the Chinese nectarine hold special value, symbolic or spiritual, in the cultures that cultivate and use them.
Likewise, imports of carabeef, or indian buffalo meat, rose by 33.33 percent to 23,034.367 MT from 17,276.404 MT.
The fatty acid and glyceride structures of indian buffalo milk and depot fats, and some characteristics of eastern animal fats.
India also questioned China's decision to continue curbs on Indian buffalo meat imports at an agriculture committee meeting of the World Trade Organisation ( WTO) recently.
Continuing their cloning efforts of elite Indian buffalo, scientists of National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI), Karnal have produced 'Purnima' a cloned calf from Karan-Kirti, a buffalo at NDRI farm which yielded 4425 kg of milk in her first lactation (427 days) and subsequently 3812 kg in 305 days with a peak yield of 25.1 kg/day (highest ever from NDRI).
The Department of Agriculture (DA) said it is currently looking into reports that Indian buffalo meat, which is unfit for human consumption if it is unprocessed, is being sold in local wet markets.