The Institute is situated in Haryana State at latitude of 29’ - 10º north & longitude of 75’ - 46º east and at an altitude of 215.2 mtr from the Sea level.


Hisar is located in Haryana State on National Highway No. 10 and is about 170 Km away from New Delhi by road and 185 Km by train. Frequent bus service to Hisar is available from Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT), Delhi. Auto/Rickshaws are available at Bus stand (17Km)/Railway station (19Km) of Hisar for reaching the situa ted at Barwala Road. This institute is popularly known as Indo - Australian Sheep Farm in the surrounding areas.


Hisar is an ancient city of historical importance, which was established by Mughal Emperor Firozshah Tuglak’s fort s till exist in Hisar. A place of religious importance Agroha is situated at a distance of 17 Km from the institute.

Haryana Agricultural University, one of the leading agricultural universities in Asia is situated in Hisar. Central Institute for Research on Buffaloes (CIRB) and National Research Centre for Equines (NRCE) both institute governed by the Indian Council of Agricultural research (ICAR) are also situated in Hisar.


Climate of Hisar is moderate. The average annual rainfall is about 300 to 350 mm. South West Mansoon normally begins in the first week of July & continue upto Ist week of September. The temperatures of different seasons are as under:-

Season Minimum Maximum
Summer 23ºC 45ºC
Winter 4ºC 23ºC