Lyallpur Dairy Farms is state of the art project to provide best quality milk and meat to its consumer’s.

our vision

we have a vision to provide best environment to our herd & non-compromising attitude of delivering fresh and pure products with consistent quality to our customers as well as peers.

our herd

A dairy herd is typically made up of four groups of cattle:

  • Cows – The females, who give birth to calves and produce milk. Most of the cattle in a dairy herd are cows.
  • Bulls – The fathers of the dairy herd. Only a few are needed on a dairy farm, though these days most dairy farms use artificial insemination instead.
  • Heifers – Young female cattle. They are the ‘teenagers’ of the herd and haven’t had a calf or have had one calf only. They are the second biggest group in the herd.
  • Calves – Baby cattle. Female calves grow into heifers and then milking cows. Male calves may be sold for veal production or raised to become breeding bulls.

milking

Proper milking procedures, attention to detail, and a clean environment are required to minimize mastitis and maximize production of quality milk. Milking should be done by people who are responsible, trained, conscientious, and have a clear vision that they are harvesting food for human consumption. Research and experience indicate repeated regular training of milking technicians, whether family or non-family workers, is a very important part of this process.

australian cow

The Australian Friesian Sahiwal, is an Australian breed of dairy cattle whose development commenced in the 1960s by the Queensland Government. It is a combination of the Sahiwal, a dairy breed of Bos indicus from Pakistan and Holstein (Bos taurus) breeds, designed for the tropical regions of Australia. Cows produce approximately 3,000 litres of milk per lactation[1] under tropical pasture conditions with a high resistance to heat, humidity, ticks and other parasites.

australian cow

The Australian Friesian Sahiwal, is an Australian breed of dairy cattle whose development commenced in the 1960s by the Queensland Government. It is a combination of the Sahiwal, a dairy breed of Bos indicus from Pakistan and Holstein (Bos taurus) breeds, designed for the tropical regions of Australia. Cows produce approximately 3,000 litres of milk per lactation[1] under tropical pasture conditions with a high resistance to heat, humidity, ticks and other parasites.