Jiddu or Tuni

Tuni, Surco, Sucra, Surug, Macien, Serenele, Serenli
Special Characteristics: 
About the same size as Somali Boran; fleshy, well proportioned; good depth, well sprung ribs; fairly short legs; moderate to heavy head with straight profile; white eyelashes; white hair around eye area and inside ears; body is white, light fawn and dark mahogany; moderate hump with thoracic to cervico-thoracic location; dairy type conformation; used mainly for milk, but also for meat (Rege and Tawah, 1999).
Main Location: 
Limited to central Somalia, since the breed population in adjoining areas of Kenya (NE Province) have disappeared; located in Bellai on the Juba river, in Juba district, and in areas along the Benechir coast between lower Webbe Shibeli river and the Indian Ocean.
Developed out of interbreeding of the Boran of Somalia and Ethiopia with yet undetermined Sanga type (Rege and Tawah, 1999).