The higher Hb concentration in summer than that of winter is in line with the findings of Saror and Coles  on white Fulani cattle; and that is probably caused by the liberation of red blood cells from spleen or the increase in oxygen consumption due to tissue demand by releasing the erythrocyte-stimulating factor.
Accordingly, Saror and Coles  reported a higher total WBC values in White Fulani Cattle during summer season.
Seasonal variation in the level of some chemical and hematological components in the blood of white Fulani cows in westetn Nigeria.
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)
This study included a total of 204 apparently healthy cattle of three breeds of White Fulani, Gudali and Red Bororo, of both sexes, comprising calves, heifers and adult males and females.
Among the White Fulani cattle, 12 calves, 7 heifers and 115 adults were sampled, while among the Sokoto Gudali breed, 12 calves, 9 heifers and 14 adults were sampled.
taurus group, TG was found to be closer to the European breeds, and SAR, AB, and EAR were positioned between the subgroup of the African breeds, such as N'Dama, Butana, and White Fulani
, and the European breeds.
Testicular parameters and morphologial characteristics of testicular and epididymal spermetazoa of white Fulani bulls in Nigeria.
SUMMARY: Testicular parameters and morphological characteristics of testicular and epididymal spermatozoa of white Fulani bulls were study using twenty testicles.
White Fulani breed of cattle (synonymous with Akou of the Republic of Cameroun, Bunaji, white Bororo, White Kano and Yakanji) is typical of the West African lyre-horned zebu owned by the Fulani people.
The beef production is mainly provided by the national cattle composed of a genetic diversity of breeds including the Lagunaire, the Somba, the Borgou and the Zebu cattle, primarily, the Zebu Fulani, the White Fulani and the Red M'Bororo.
The Borgou breed is a cross-breed between the White Fulani bull and the Taurus breed cow, principally Somba cow and secondly, Lagunaire cow (Youssao et al.