Banyo

Synonyms: 
Adamawa Gudali
Subgroup: 
Gudali
Special Characteristics: 
Smaller than the Adamawa with less muscling; the hump is pyramid-shaped and the horns are long and thin; often white faced, coat colour is deep red, with white throat and bottom line (Felius, 1995).
Main Location: 
Maintained by the Fulani people of the Banyo region of Adamawa in Cameroon and neighbouring north-eastern Nigeria.
Origin: 
Appear to have evolved from a mixture of Adamawa and Red Bororo. The name Pul-M’Bor Bor is used for F1 crossbred Adamawa x Red Bororo cattle (Felius, 1995).
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