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dc.description The colour slides have been scanned with a HP ScanJet 5590 scanner; 24-bit true colour, 600 dpi, saved in JPEG-format. Downscaling was done with Adobe Photoshop. en
dc.description Photo 1: Original scanned document size: (w)86.78 x (h)56.87 cm. Final web-ready size: (w)7.62 x(h)4.99 cm, 53.15 kb, 150 ppi. Estimated download time: 20 sec. @ 28.8 kbps. en
dc.description.abstract COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: South Africa. Also Bapedi cattle. Eastern Transvaal, regarded as a local Nguni subtype of the Bapedi tribe. en
dc.description.abstract SIZE: Medium/small. en
dc.description.abstract COLOUR: Black, with white belly and lower neck. en
dc.description.abstract PURPOSE: Beef/work. en
dc.description.abstract ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The South African government has assembled a type herd on the Olifantsriver and cattle are selected on basis of colour. Fairly sized cattle for indigenous cattle (adult cows weigh 360 - 520 kg and bulls up to 680 kg). en
dc.identifier.citation Mason, IL & Maule, JP 1960,’ The indigenous livestock of Eastern and Southern Africa’, Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, Farnham Royal, pp.41. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.rights Copyright © Heleen Els, Department of Production Animal Studies. Provided for educational purposes only. en
dc.subject Cattle breeds en
dc.subject.lcsh Livestock breeds -- South Africa en
dc.subject.lcsh Cattle breeds -- South Africa en
dc.title Pedi en
dc.title.alternative Bapedi en
dc.title.alternative Local Nguni en
dc.title.alternative Pedie en
dc.type Still Image en

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