Nguni Cattle

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History

The Nguni cattle are indigenous to South Africa. The "Nguni" name was given by the black tribe in South Africa, known as the Nguni People. The Nguni Cattle is famous for their fertility and resistance to diseases. Nguni Cattle can survive very well on very little food and they are excellent foragers that will graze on steep slopes and thick bushes.

Characteristics

  • Adaptability 
  • Calm but alert ( Good temperament)
  • Small cattle
  • Good resistance to ticks
  • Thick skins
  • The tail is thin and flexible
  • Can handle extreme weather
  • Adapt well to different climates
  • Survive on low nutrition
  • The legs and hoofs should be strong to walk and climb easily
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    Average Weight

    Bull 500-700 kg

    Cow 300-400 kg

    Calve 175 kg

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    We are the number 1 exporter of livestock from South Africa and have exported Ostriches, Boer Goats, Sheep, Cattle and Game to the following countries:United Arab Emirates (U.A.E), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Arab State of Kuwait, Arab Republic of Egypt, Republic of Turkey, Republic of Senegal, People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Islamic Rebublic of Pakistan, State of Japan, Malaysia, Kingdom of Thailand, Republic of the Philippines, Republic of Mozambique, Ukraine, Republic of Slovenia, Brazil, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Somalia