Customers of your dairy farm products
It is very important to ensure that your farm should make profits, which means, that you should get more income than what you spend. You will get better returns if your customers pay you well.
Hence the first step is to find out who your likely customers are. If you intend to supply milk to private dairies, or co-operatives, they will pay you for milk on the basis of the fat percentage and the SNF. SNF stands for Solids Not Fat which includes lactose, caesins, whey proteins, vitamins & minerals.
SNF percentage is usually similar for cows and buffaloes. Buffalo milk however, has higher fat than cow milk. The price that you get for milk differs across regions, co-operatives and dairies and so please check the rates locally. You must have a deep understanding of the way your customers consume the milk of your dairy farm.