Angola: Cabinda Imports More Cattle for Foment

Cabinda — The provincial secretariat of agriculture in Cabinda will import next year more bovine and caprine cattle so that by the end of 2013 it can have at least 5,000 heads of bovines, announces its secretary, João Tati Luemba.

He said so on Tuesday, at the opening act of the 2012-2013 agricultural season, held in Tando Zinze commune.

The programme of cattle foment in Cabinda started 10 years ago, with a resort of a specie that came from the Central and southern region of the country, totaling 2,000 heads, whose majority died, due to inadaptation to the climate and lack of breeders.

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