Kharta has taken the lead in milk production.
She is on a dairy farm at Kibbutz Sa’ad in Israel, and she produced 16,209 litres of milk in one lactation.
She is part of a herd which recorded the highest average milk production in 2011 at 13,785 litres.
Kharta is the world’s record holder in the production of the main milk components, responsible for its quality: 3.73 per cent average of protein and 3.32 per cent average of fat.
Israel’s 954 dairy farms achieved a world-leading average production of 11,775 liters a year per cow.