Highest Milk yielding Cow in the World (100Litre/day)

Highest yielding cow

A Cow  which doesn’t even have a name but it just having a ear tag number “4307” produces about 100 liters of Milk per day . the cow has been maintained in Al Ain Dairy which is  one of the largest dairy farms in the Middle East, has about 6,000 high yielding cows.

According to Al Ain Dairy officials, it is the most productive cow in the company, which can give about 100 liters of milk per day,  The cow is being  milched three times a day. This cow, number 4307 is being called as “Super Cow” informally.  The nine-year-old has already produced more than one million litres of milk so far — 1,040,000 to be precise,” “This super cow could be the most productive cow in the Minnddle East. It was born at Al Ain Dairy. We are proud of her. She is exceptional. We have about 6,000 cows in our farm,” The cow was initially producing milk like any other cow, but after a few years it started increasing the production. It is a black and white Holstein from Netherlands, says Kingston Fernandez, marketing Manager, Al Ain Dairy.

Oldest Cow in the World (49 Years old with 39 calvings) – Guinness World Record

Oldest Cow
We consider 20 years is extremely old age for a Cow but a cow named “Big Bertha” lived 49 years old which holds two Guinness World Records, one is for being the oldest cow ever lived in the world and another record for lifetime breeding, having produced 39 calves.

Apart from this this cow also managed to help raise $75,000 for cancer by making celebrity appearances at cattle shows. Big Bertha was born in Ireland on 17 March 1945 on St Patrick’s Day. It is a Droimeann breed of Cattle (a native Irish cattle breed), The cow was bought at a cattle show by Jerome O’Leary and he reared her at his farm near the market town of Kenmare in County Kerry, southwest Ireland.The cow lived for 49 years and died on December 31st of 1992.