Kurukshetra, Haryana based Karamvir Singh, turned down an immense offer of a challenging whole of Rs 7 Crore, to sell his bull Yuvraj. Yuvraj The Champion Bull, belonging to the acclaimed Murrah breed, was proclaimed the champion bull at the All India Cattle Show in Meerut in 2014 and the choice, taken by a 10 part jury, depended halfway on the massive size of the bull just as the way that the owner was reluctant to part with it at any expense.
Yuvraj is a superior breed bull that produces 3.5 to 5 ml of astounding semen consistently. This semen is additionally diluted to increase the amount to 35ml. The measure of semen required for artificially inseminating Murrah buffaloes is 0.25 ml which means the semen created by Yuvraj can be utilized to inseminate 140 Murrah buffaloes.
Weights for around 1400 kgs, Yuvraj the champion bull is probably the greatest bull on the planet, bragging a length of 14 feet and standing more than 5 feet 9 inches tall. Karamvir Singh spends no less than Rs. 25,000 per day on the diet and upbringing of his most lovable bull. Yuvraj’s day by day diet comprises of 20 liters of milk alongside 5 kgs apple and 15 kgs of amazingly high-quality dairy cattle feed.
As per the owner of the bull “Karamvir Singh,” he has brought Yuvraj up like his child, and he has been the wellspring of the annual income earned by Karamvir Singh which is around Rs 50 lakh. But, it isn’t the money that averts Karamvir from selling the bull as he needn’t bother with the money and accepts that everything in life isn’t just about money. This is the only thing that made him turn down an offer of Rs. 7 crore made by a rancher in Chandigarh.
The complete expense for an artificial insemination process is somewhere around Rs 1500 per buffalo, which makes it workable for the proprietor to make Rs. 2, 10,000 every day from Yuvraj the champion bull. According to the fact, that Yuvraj’s mother was a high yield buffalo, who produced 25 liters of milk each day, it isn’t surprising that Yuvraj’s semen is in high interest among dairy farmers not only Haryana as well as whole north India. This is likewise one reason that doesn’t make Karamvir feel astounded by the sort of offers and the sums he gets to the part with his bull.