Murrah is a world popular high-yielding breed said to have its causes in Haryana's Rohtak and Jind locale. The breed is likewise found in western UP.
Yuvraj, which has graced cows appears crosswise over north India, will be among the bovines and wild oxen from high-yielding breeds on show at Gram, said farming priest Prabhulal Saini.The bull was in the news before when its proprietor Karamveer, of Kurukshetra in Haryana, turned down a Rs 9 crore offer to offer it. Karamvir had likewise been offered Rs 9 crore by a South African for Yuvraj, however he has rejected part with the bull. Yuvraj has been a money bovine for his proprietor and acquires him Rs 50 lakh every year by means of the offer of sperm and appearances at cows appears.
Yuvraj is viewed as an impeccable example of the Murrah breed, and has won 17 grants at national rivalries. The bull is 14 feet long and more than 6 feet tall. "He drinks 20 liters of drain a day, eats 5kg of apples and 15kg of fine quality steers sustain. He likewise takes a 4 kilometer walk day by day," Karamvir said.