The breed is found in Sutlej valley in Ferozepur district of Punjab state and in the Sahiwal district of Pakistan. The head is elongate, bulging at top and depressed between eyes. The muzzle is fine. The frame is medium sized. The peculiarity of othe breed is the wall eyes. The horns are small and coiled tightly. The neck is long, thin and fine. The naval is very small. The udder is well developed. Usually the colour is black with white markings on forehead, face, muzzle and legs. The milk yield is 1,500 to 1,850 kg per lactation and the heritability for this trait is 0.2 to 0.3. The intercalving period is 500 to 550 days. The age at first calving is 45 to 50 months. The bullocks are good for heavy trotting work.
|Average Production Traits||Phenotypic Traits|
|305 days Milk Yield||1950 Kg||Horns||Small and curled|
|Age at First Calving||45.3 months||Colour||Black, White spots on forehead, muzzle, feet; Walled eyes|
|Lactation Length||300 days||Size||Medium to large with deep frame|
|Calving Interval||487 days||Forehead||Heavy head convex at center|
|Tail||Long, White switch common|