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The origins of the Nguni breed of cattle is discussed, its characteristics are described with the objective of making information available to cattle farmers, researchers and interested parties so that the breed can be utilized effectively, particularly in sub-tropical environments where the humidity is relatively high but the rainfall is erratic and the environment can be harsh. The breed is able to survive in such climates, particularly where ticks and tick-borne diseases are rampant.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The origins of the Nguni breed of cattle is discussed, its characteristics are described with the objective of making information available to cattle farmers, researchers and interested parties so that the breed can be utilized effectively, particularly in sub-tropical environments where the humidity is relatively high but the rainfall is erratic and the environment can be harsh. The breed is able to survive in such climates, particularly where ticks and tick-borne diseases are rampant.
Autorenporträt
William Gertenbach started working at Elsenburg on 1 February 2002 as Head of the Institute for Animal Production of the Western Cape Department of Agriculture, Republic of South Africa. He retired on 30 June 2009. Before that he was Principal Agricultural Scientist in the Research Section at Cedara in the Natal Department of Agriculture.