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Unread October 13th, 2007, 06:45
Arnie Arnie is offline
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Default Tuli Cattle

Hello all,
I live in the Peruvian Amazon. My wife and I are starting a small ranch in the area and the local breeds are "played out" We are looking for some Tuli cows/heifers and a herd bull, approximately 20 head to start with. I understand there are some breeders in Brasil and Argentina. Please contact me with any information available as there is none available locally.

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Arnie
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Unread November 6th, 2007, 01:48
Rhodie Rhodie is offline
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Hello Arnie, do you have the facilities for embryo transfer? There are several sources of Tuli embryos available Argentina and Canada are probably the closest countries from which you can import which have the necessary health status for exporting to Peru.
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Here is a discussion from a while back on the Tuli;
http://cattletoday.com/forum/viewtop...=asc&sta rt=0
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Unread March 31st, 2010, 10:13
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Contact Briggs Genetics, they have had a sucessful programmeusing Wagyu on Tuli cows,Tuli are hardy and low maintenance with a beef quality equal to Angus.There would be a higher heterosis with the Tuli and they are the most heat resistant commercial breed available. Where are you in Australia? I am assuming high summer temperatures...
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