Murrah Buffalo breed also goes by the names Delhi, Kundi, and Kali. Hisar, Rohtak, Gurgaon, and the Jind district in Haryana and Delhi are all part of the Murrah breeding tract. Almost everywhere in the world, the breed is utilised to grade up unremarkable buffaloes for dairy purposes. The breed features a huge body, a large head and neck, a short horn that is tightly wound, a well-developed udder, and broad hips. Murrah Buffalo is mostly stall-fed on seasonal green fodder and produces 25 to 30 litres of milk which contains 6-8% of fat in it.