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Bororo Cattle

Overall satisfaction

3/5

Acquired: Worked with animal (didn’t own)

Gender: Both

Appearance

4/5

Temperament

3/5

Health

4/5

Growth rate

2/5

Tolerance for heat

5/5

Tolerance for cold

5/5

Calving ease

5/5

Bororo Cattle

By

340241, Nigeria

Posted Sep 13, 2013

Bororo cattle with their long sharp horns. I get scared when i want to approach or handle them. Maybe it is because I am a lady. The name 'Bororo' is gotten from a tribe in Niger Republic (that is what Nigerians call Niger immigrants). Bororo cattle possess almost the same characteristics like the White Fulani cattle.
This breed of cattle can survive in conditions that are naturally harsh. Poor milk production but great hump possession which attracts buyers (meat dealers). They are much aggressive and can harm inexperienced handler/breeder. The cattle is of poor economical value, poor growth rate, strong, rugged and scary look.
So, if you really love yourself, run away when you see a Bororo cattle if you are not too bold.

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