Sahiwal Cow is evolved in the arid Punjab region, which is located along the border between India and Pakistan. It is one of the top dairy breeds in Pakistan and India. It is renowned for its great resistance to parasites, both internal and external, and is tick and heat tolerant. While nursing a calf, cows produce an average of 2270 kg of milk per lactation, however far higher milk outputs have been observed. With varied quantities of white on the neck and the underline, their colour can range from reddish brown to the more dominating red. The colour of the head, legs, and tails of males darkens toward the extremities.