We all have heard about luxury cars and massive apartments?? worth crores of rupees. But has anyone ever heard about an animal ??which costs as much as any of these prized possessions??, or perhaps even more ???
The image shown above is the picture of the 9 year old super buffalo whose name is Yuvraj ! ??He lives at the borders of Uttar Pradesh and has been a star for businessmen all over the world.This tough guy is about 9 feet long, 5 feet in height and weighs about 1500 kg !?
He is a gem for his proud owner who is a haryana resident❤ and yuvraj is like a family member to them.He consumes about 20 liters of milk ? a day followed by 10 kg of fruits?,5 kg of fodder ?.He walks 5 km everyday just to be in a good shape !!?? So how much does he cost ??….A WHOOPING 9.25 CRORES !!???
But you might wonder why does he cost so much ? ??The reason is very simple.This buffalo’s sperms are in high demand among the breeders.?Breeders are ready to pay high amounts✋ for the buffalo’s semen.The said buffalo produces semen worth 80 lakh rupees per year !?? Now you know why it’s so expensive ! However the per day expenditure for the buffalo is about 4000 rupees due to its high standards of requirements.?
To give you a brief idea consider the following aspects :-
The Rolls Royce phantom car costs around 9 crores and therefore you can easily buy 1 such car? if you have 9.25 crores with you(excluding the money which you have already made by selling buffalo semen ). Therefore this buffalo is much more expensive than a typical Rolls Royce car !??
One unit of buffalo semen can produce about 500 doses ?and each dose costs minimum 300 rupees.In the past four years Yuvraj has become a father to 1,50,000 babies ! ??Each healthy calf is about 75 kg and such a single calf which is as healthy and capable as its father costs about Rs 2,50,000 ! So if you do the math you will realize that this buffalo is an enterprise in itself with a net worth of 37 thousand crores !!??
But nobody told you this because everyone thinks that animal breeding and animal husbandry are only for the poor?.This is what children are taught in school ?unlike some village farmers who know the secret……… ??