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Scientists Introduce New Breed of Cow Providing 20 Times More Milk

Washington: In the United States, scientists, through medical research and observation, have introduced a new breed of cow that can produce 20 times more milk compared to ordinary cows.

Researchers at the University of Illinois have introduced a new breed of cow for farmers, which can provide significantly more milk compared to other indigenous breeds.

According to research published in Animal Frontiers, the breed was created by crossing cows with the ability to produce milk in hot, dry, and disease-resistant environments, with the Holstein and Jersey cows.

As a result of this cross-breeding of five generations, these cows, under Tanzanian conditions, can produce 10 liters of milk per day, which is significantly higher than the half-liter average yield of indigenous cattle.

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