Nguni Cattle

  • Nguni Catle

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    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

    Nguni Cattle Prices:
    Heifers R4000 – R8000 Each Between 13 – 24 Months, Weight 300 – 500kg
    Dairy Cows R6000 Each
    Bulls R6000–R12,000 Each Weight 500– 700kg
    Pregnant Cattle R6000 Each
    Calve R2500 Each Between 3 – 4 Months, Weight 110 – 250kg

  • Nguni Cattle

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    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. It is famous for their fertility and resistance to diseases. Nguni Cattle can survive very well on very little food.

    Nguni Cattle Prices:
    Heifers R4000 – R8000 Each Between 13 – 24 Months, Weight 300 – 500kg
    Dairy Cows R6000 Each
    Bulls R6000–R12,000 Each Weight 500– 700kg
    Pregnant Cattle R6000 Each
    Calve R2500 Each Between 3 – 4 Months, Weight 110 – 250kg

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    Bulls will generally weigh from 500 to 700kg and cows from 300 to 400kg in average condition. The calves are small at birth, weighing 22 to 25kg, but grow very rapidly and wean at weights comparable to other breeds

    Nguni Cattle Prices:
    Heifers R4000 – R8000 Each Between 13 – 24 Months, Weight 300 – 500kg
    Dairy Cows R6000 Each
    Bulls R6000–R12,000 Each Weight 500– 700kg
    Pregnant Cattle R6000 Each
    Calve R2500 Each Between 3 – 4 Months, Weight 110 – 250kg

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