The breeding tract of this breed is Mehsana, Sabarkantha and Banaskantha districts of Gujarat state. This is supposed to have been evolved out of crossbreeding between the Surti and the Murrah. The body is longer than in Murrah and the limbs lighter. The head is longer and heavier. The horns usually are less curved at the end compared to Murrah breed but are longer and could be of irregular shape. The udder is well shaped. The colour is usually are less curved at the end compared to Murrah breed but are longer and could be of irregular shape. The udder is well shaped. The colour is usually black to grey, with white markings often on face, legs or tail-tips. The average milk yield is between 1200 to 1500 kg per lactation. The breed is supposed to have good persistency. The inter calving period ranges from 450 and 550 days. The bullocks are good for heavy work but are rather slow.
|Average Production Traits||Phenotypic Traits|
|305 days Milk Yield||1700 Kg||Horns||Slightly curved upward, inward|
|Age at First Calving||42.2 months||Colour||Black, Dark tan|
|Lactation Length||310 days||Size||Medium|
|Calving Interval||476 days||Forehead||Wide & slight depression in middle|
|Tail||Long, Switch black, Brown / white also common|