|TALACHERY OR MALBARI|
We provide service
Wholesale of goat and sheep livestock and also meat/carcass/biryani and curry cut pieces
Premium Mutton has lean meat with little fat & a distinct flavour. Cut from the neck, shoulders, leg, loin and ribs, this curry cut offers a unique tasting blend of bone-in and boneless Goat/ Sheep meat to rule your dishes.
Conscious rearing of Goat/ Sheep is imperative to the quality of the meat which is why we collaborate with indigenous farmers dispersed across the Western Ghats and Deccan plateau.
Raised strictly according to the specifications designed by our expert meat scientists. The uplands of the Ghats facilitate natural forest grazing (top to down feeding) which ensures natural growing conditions within our curated farms. Ensuring the prime quality and flavour of meat of Goat/ Sheep raised responsibly in a stress-free environment.
Each animal is carefully checked by approved veterinary doctors, who performs ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection and certify their health and fitness for Human consumption.
This site is intended to assist landowners and farmers develop farm lease arrangements that are profitable and sustainable for the landowner, the farmer, the community, and the land.
Leasing or renting land is important in Indian agriculture. For many farmers, a lease or rental agreement may be the best method to control more land resources. Whether you are leasing or renting depends on the time length of the agreement, local tradition, and other factors. The terms “leasing” and “renting” are used interchangeably in this publication.
Types Of Leases
There are two main types of leases: cash rent and crop-share. The major differences between these two types is how risk is shared between the owner and the lease holder. Other types of leases include livestock-share, labor-share, and flexible-rent leases.
Goat & Sheep
Since then we have been engaged in supplying and trading of a wide range of Fresh Meat/Raw MEAT/MUTTON/Maslak + pieces of mutton (bone, boneless).
These are acquired from the best vendors in the industry who have created a renowned position in the market. These acquired meats are processed efficiently in their well maintained and advanced processing units with an aim to supply quality meat in the market. Further, we make sure that the bird, cow and dog are procured after the careful check on their health and weight. Customers prefer our meat for rich taste, freshness, clean and safe. All these are duly screened for quality and freshness prior to their dispersal to the client place.
The professionals employed in the processing and sale of these meat and animals are highly qualified and selected after strict analysis of their qualifications and relevance to the company. Thus, we have created renowned position in the market due to the quality of the meat and animals and their cost effective prices.
JAMNAPARI or JAMUNAPARI
Jamnapari (or Jamunapari) is a breed of goat originating from Indian subcontinent. This breed is one of the ancestors of the American Nubian. Since 1953 they have been exported to Indonesia where they have been a great success. It is bred for both milk and meat. The name is derived from the rivers Yamuna, Jamuna (West Bengal) and Jamuna (Bangladesh) of India and Bangladesh. There is a large variation in color but the typical Jamnapari is white with patches of tan on the neck and head. Their heads tend to have a highly convex nose, which gives them a parrot-like appearance. They have long flat drooping ears which are around 25 cm long. Both sexes have horns. The udder has round, conical teats and is well developed. They also have unusually long legs. The Jamnapari male can weigh up to 120 kg, while females can reach around 90 kg. The average lactation yield per day has been found to be slightly less than two kilograms. Jamnapari meat is said to be low in cholesterol. During the winter they spend more than 90% of their time grazing, although this falls to around 55% in the hot Indian summer. The breed browses on bushes, tree leaves and the top of grasses rather than typical ground grazing. Their mean heart rate was found to be 127 ± 3.46 in one study.
Malabari goats are bred in the Malabar districts of Kerala, and are sometimes called Tellicherry goats. They are bred mostly for meat, but also produce milk. Females weigh an average of 30.68kg while males weigh 41.20kg, and their coats are white, black, or piebald. Although they are similar to the Beetal goat, Malabari goats weigh more, have shorter ears and legs, and have larger testicles. There was an effort to crossbreed the Malabari goats with Boer goats, but this practice is controversial. .
It is considered to be a good milker with large body size, long ears and high fecundity. The skin of these goats is considered to be of high quality because of its large size and its yielding of fine leather such as velour, suede, and chamois for manufacturing clothes, shoes, and gloves. Beetal goats have been widely used for improvement of local goats throughout the subcontinent. These goats are also adapted to stall feeding, thus are preferred for intensive goat farming. The Beetal goat breed from the Punjab region of India and Pakistan is used for milk and meat production. It is similar to the Jamnapuri goat and the Malabari goat. It is also known as Lahori goat.
Sirohi goats have a predominantly brown coat, with light or dark brown patches. On occasion, the coat may be completely white in colour. Most sirohi goats are wattled and have medium-sized flat leaf-like drooping ears. Sirohi goats are dual-purpose animals, which are reared for both milk and meat. The animals are popular for their weight gain and better lactation even under poor quality rearing conditions. The animals are resistant to major diseases and are easily adaptable to different climatic conditions. Though the main breeding tracts of Sirohi animals are situated in the Aravalli hills of Rajasthan, they are also widely distributed in several other Indian states.
The Barbari is a dual-purpose breed, reared both for meat and for milk, and is well adapted for Indian conditions. It is a seasonal breeder and is used for intensive farming. Barbari goats are native to Uttar Pradesh and Punjab provinces of northwestern India and Pakistan. It is primarily bred for meat purposes. The general color of the goat is white to cream with spots all over the body . This breed is considered as a unique genotype exhibiting higher multiple birth percentages. The breed, quite important for milk and meat, is a dwarf breed highly suited for rearing under restrained and stall-feeding conditions.
The best part of these osmanabadi goats is that,they can accommodate easily in any part of the country,they are disease resistant’s so that they provides you huge profit in lesser time.They eats any farm fodder,vegetables,grass,pulp of pulses which are usually thrown by the farmers as waste part. Mortality rate of kids and does is negligible when they are vaccinated properly. Start your goat farm business with these specially selected osmanabadi goats and earn handsome profit.This breed is considered useful both for meat and milk. The Osmanabadi goat is a native breed of Marathwada region of Maharashtra, but the breed is reared, bred and well adapted throughout the Maharashtra state. The breed is considered useful both for meat and milk.
The Deccani Sheep Breed: This breed is spread over the greater part of the central peninsular region, comprising the semi-arid areas of Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh , Telangana and Karnataka. They are medium-sized animals, predominantly black or black with white markings; white and brown/fawn animals are also seen. The Deccani sheep are highly suited for zero grazing systems where Male lambs / kids at the age of 4-5 months (after weaning) are selected and they are fed in zero grazing system for 6 months and are sold at the age of 9 -12 months for meat purposes. This helps in achieving quick and frequent income throughout the year . The Deccani sheep has great potential for mutton production under intensive system of management.
The Bellary sheep breed is native to the districts of Bellary and Davanagere and the adjoining areas of Haveri and Chitradurga districts of Karnataka. … Sheep found to the north of the Tungabhadra River are called “Deccani” and those to the south of it are “Bellary”. .
Kenguri is a sheep breed of Karnataka. The home tract of the breed is Koppal and Raichur district of Northern Karnataka. In its home tract, the breed is non-migratory. The body colour of the animal is dark brown colour or coconut colour. In most of the cases the animal has white colour on its forehead and sometimes on the legs and other parts of the body. Some animals are known to have black belly. Ears are medium long and droopy. Tail is short and thin. Males are usually horned than females. The farmers maintain an average flock size of 85. The animals are usually reared on natural grazing pastures during cooler hours of the day. These sheep graze on the crop stubbles, barren land and roadsides. Supplementary feeding is rare. The sheep are taken to the source of water two to three times a day.
Bannur sheep is also known as Mandya sheep and Bandur sheep in India. This breed name is originated from the village called “Bandur” in Karnataka. … This sheep ears are long, leafy and drooping and tail is short and thin. .
The Hassan breed of sheep as the name suggests is traditional to the Hassan district of Karnataka. They are small to medium animals and have a white body with light brown or black spots. The ears are medium-long and drooping, 39% of the males are horned; females are usually polled.