We supply stallfed sheep and goats (includes lambs, ewes, rams and bucks). In addition to the below breeds we also supply








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Sirohi goats are dual-purpose animals, which are reared for both milk and meat. The animals are popular for their weight gain and better lactation even under poor quality rearing conditions. The animals are resistant to major diseases and are easily adaptable to different climatic conditions. Though the main breeding tracts of Sirohi animals are situated in the Aravalli hills of Rajasthan, they are also widely distributed in several other Indian states.


Barbari goats are native to Uttar Pradesh and Punjab provinces of northwestern India and Pakistan. It is primarily bred for meat purposes. The general color of the goat is white to cream with spots all over the body . This breed is considered as a unique genotype exhibiting higher multiple birth percentages. The breed, quite important for milk and meat, is a dwarf breed highly suited for rearing under restrained and stall-feeding conditions.


The Osmanabadi goat is a native breed of Marathwada region of Maharashtra, but the breed is reared, bred and well adapted throughout the Maharashtra state. The breed is considered useful both for meat and milk. Average daily yield varies from 0.5 to 1.5 kg for a lactation length of about 4 months.In favorable conditions the does will breed regularly twice a year and twinning is common. In addition to the above, we also supply various other goat breeds such as Jamunapari, Sojat, Beetal etc.



The Deccani breed of sheep is widely distributed in the Deccan plateau across the three states of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The Deccani sheep are highly suited for zero grazing systems where Male lambs / kids at the age of 4-5 months (after weaning) are selected and they are fed in zero grazing system for 6 months and are sold at the age of 9 -12 months for meat purposes. This helps in achieving quick and frequent income throughout the year . The Deccani sheep has great potential for mutton production under intensive system of management.


Sindhanur(kenguri) is a sheep breed of Karnataka. The home stall-feeding and as small flock rearing in Southern tract of the breed is Koppal and Raichur district of Karnataka. Population of Kenguri breeds in southern Northern Karnataka. In its home tract, the breed is districts of Karnataka is increasing and was around non-migratory. The body colour of the animal is dark brown color or coconut colour. In most of the cases the animal has white colour on its forehead and sometimes on the legs and other parts of the body. Some animals are known to have black belly. Ears are medium long and droopy. Tail is short and thin.