Crossbreeding is achieved using exotic breeds. Exotic means foreigners are not indigenous. Somewhere an exotic is being produced and brought to a region. Such exotic breeds that encounter difficulties because of changes in the climate. So they have crossed once with the indigenous and the product bred artificially. They can generate yield much better than the native ones.
In the above-given options
- Gir – Originated from South Kathiawar in Gujarat.
- Sindhi – Mostly visible in Karachi and Hyderabad.
- Sahiwal – Originated in Montgomery district in present Pakistan.
- Jersy – Cattle developed on the island of Jersey, U.K.