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l. If there is anyone still keeping the Ankole cows it is because of prestige, but not because of milk or co▓mmercial benefits," said Allan Turyagumanawe, ▓herdsman in Luwero District.The exotic breed, or Friesian, is becoming a darling to many cattle keeper

s, and those who have small pieces of land opt to do away with the long horned Ankole cows to provide space f▓or high quantity milk producing exotic cows. People wit▓h vast land are still holding on to the grip to conser▓ve the Long horned Ankole cattle breed.The▓ impact of extinction can be witnessed while on to

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