About Dhanni Cattle
Dhanni cattle are a multipurpose breed of cattle originating
in Punjab province of Pakistan (mainly in Attock, Chakwal, Jhelum. and
Rawalpindi). They are used for milk, meat, and draught purposes and also for
ploughing. They have many color patterns; and they have different names
according to their color patterns. The animals with a white coat with black
spots are called Chitta Burga. Black coat with white spots animals are called Kala
Burga. The animals with white mottles with brown and black patches are called
Nuqra. And the animals with red coat with white spots are called Ratta Burga.
Currently the Dhanni cattle are mainly found in Jhelum, Attock, and Rawalpindi
districts in Punjab province of Pakistan.
They are medium sized with a compact sized body. They have a
comparatively straight back, small head and fine skin. Both bulls and cows
usually have horns, and their horns are stumpy.