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Adamawa are a breed of cattle indigenous to Adamawa, Nigeria. They are a multipurpose breed, used as a draught animal, and for beef and dairy production. The breed makes up 2% of Nigeria's total herd.
- Blench, Robert. Traditional Livestock Breeds: Geographical Distribution and Dynamics in Relations to the Ecology of West Africa, Chapter 3 Archived October 13, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.. Overseas Development Institute. (p 18)
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