Horro

Special Characteristics: 
Coat colour is mainly brown or reddish brown; cervico-thoracic hump, small to medium in size; dewlap is moderate and thin of skin; horns are moderate but larger than the zebu; deep chest and barrel; well-sprung ribs; small and well-proportioned udder with good teat placement; calm disposition; milk production is variable; used for milk, draught and meat (Rege and Tawah, 1999).
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Main Location: 
Inhabits the highlands of north-western Ethiopia, mainly in the Horro Gudru area of eastern Wollega as well as adjoining parts of western Shoa and Illubabor.
Origin: 
Developed out of interbreeding of various Abyssinian Highland Zebu and Nilotic Sanga, particularly the Abigar.
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