of nucleus herd of superior germ plasm of Sahiwal
Registration and documentation of
institutional and private Sahiwal cattle
Performance recording for genetic evaluation and
Identification of superior germ plasm.
and dissemination of sire/cow summaries.
Conducting research on conservation
Collaboration with national and international
institutions involved in breed development
Cattle Breeding Policy Objectives
Improvement in milk production of dairy cattle
breeds (Sahiwal and Cholistani) through
Improvement in Reproductive of cattle through
reduction in age at first calving and calving
Grading up of non descript cows under
subsistence production systems with Sahiwal,
cholistani and Dhanni in their respective
Maintaining the desired exotic level of exotic
inheritance (between 50-75 %) in dairy crossbred
cattle for their optimum performance
Availability of good quality indigenous animals
for draught and beef purpose
Regulation of breeding services including
Conservation and development of recognized
cattle breeds such as Rojhan, Dajal, Lohani,
Kankraj and Tharparkar through inter-provincial
Incentives to Sahiwal Breeders
Insemination of Sahiwal cows.
Vaccination to all animals.
De-worming of Sahiwal calves.
Purchase of bull calves at premium price.
Prizes for winners in milk and breed beauty
Special Reward to high yielder Sahiwal cows yielding
>18 kgs of milk in 24hrs.
Free Distribution/Exchange of Sahiwal bulls where A.I.
Is not possible.