This breed is found in Bhadawar Tehsil in Agra district and Etawah district of Uttar Pradesh state and Gwalior district of Madhya Pradesh state. The body is of medium size and of wedge shape. The head is comparatively small, the legs are short and stout, the hooves are black, and the hindquarters are uniform and higher than the forequarters. The tail is long, thin and flexible with black and white or pure white markings reaching up to fetlock. The body is usually light or copper coloured which is peculiar` to this breed. The ears are scanty. The average milk production is 800 to 1,000 kg. The bullocks are reputed as good draft animals with heat tolerance.
|Average Production Traits||Phenotypic Traits|
|305 days Milk Yield||1100 Kg||Horns||Curling downward, backward - then upward|
|Age at First Calving||50.0 months||Colour||Copper coloured hair, Gray skin, White ring under neck|
|Lactation Length||270 days||Size||Medium with wedge shaped body|
|Calving Interval||478 days||Forehead||Small and bulging between horns|
|Tail||Thick and long with brown switch|