N'Dama

N'Dama

a West African small, humpless type of beef cattle, fawn, dun or light red in color, with lyre or crescent horns. There are a large number of varieties.
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For instance, the N'Dama cattle (a long humpless longhorns), which are found in central and West Africa, are trypanotolerant (Mattioli et al.
The Raa'v cattle ranch owned by Benue State Government with initial mandate to breed trypano-tolerant cattle, Muturu and N'Dama had suffered setbacks and was only recently reactivated in October 2007.
In Nigeria, various breeds of cattle breeds commonly found are Muturu, White Fulani, Keteku, N'Dama, Gudali, Red Bororo and Kuri as well as their crosses (Blench, 1994)
2001), a forerunner of N'dama cattle and caprines (Carter & Flight 1972: 278; Stahl 1985b: 138-40; Gautier & Van Neer 2005: 202; Watson 2005: 25).
Croix) by crossing N'Dama cows from Senegal and Red Poll bulls from England--to create cattle that could do well in hot and dry or hot and humid climates.
Croix in the Virgin Islands and are a blend of the English Red Poll and African N'Dama breeds.
The common breeds of cattle found in Ghana are N'dama, West African Shorthorn, Sokoto Gudali and the Sanga.
Relationships between N'Dama cow body condition score and production performance under an extensive range management system in Southern Senegal: calf weight gain, milk production, probability of pregnancy, and juvenile mortality.
Croix in the US Virgin Islands by crossing the N'Dama breed from Senegal in Western Africa with the Red Poll breed early this century.
Croix at the turn of the century from a blend of the African N'Dama breed and the English Red Poll.
Production and health parameters of N'Dama village cattle in relation to parasitism in the Guinea savannah of Cote D' Ivoire.