World record milking cow is Kibbutz Sa’ad is located near the Gaza strip in the Negev desert in southern Israel.
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The dairy farm on Kibbutz Sa’ad was the Israeli leader in 2011 for productivity with an average of 13,785 liters of milk (3,032 imp gal; 3,642 US gal) per cow that year. A dairy cow named Kharta, was the world record holder, giving 18,208 liters of milk (4,005 imp gal; 4,810 US gal).

The Israeli cow is the world’s record holder in the production of the main milk components, responsible for its quality: 3.73% average of protein and 3.32% average of fat.

The 954 Israeli dairy farms achieved a world-leading average production of 11,775 liters (2,590 imp gal; 3,111 US gal) a year per cow, while the national average per cow was 10,336 liters of milk (2,274 imp gal; 2,730 US gal).

Dairy farmers can do more together than individually.

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