(most common name)
also named (Kurdish):
The Jenubi is a zebu variety of the Iraqi, a Damascus type, and is raised in southeast and central Iraq.
The Jenubi may have some Red Sindhi blood.
Damascus type cattle originated in the Near East and Middle East and are described as having:
• short horns
• a vestigial hump on the bulls
• a large dewlap
• a slender, elegant build
• a zebu-like skull
(Arabic) jenubi = southern
You can also go to:
My Daily Cow® Iraq and read about other Iraqi cattle breeds.
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