Jiddu or Tuni

Synonyms: 
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).
Group: 
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.
Origin: 
Developed out of interbreeding of the Boran of Somalia and Ethiopia with yet undetermined Sanga type (Rege and Tawah, 1999).
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