The Tuli is a medium sized, pure African Sanga breed. Sanga have descended from cattle that have been in Africa for over 5000 years.
Tuli were brought to Zimbabwe by the migrating Nomadic African tribes from East Africa. Over the years these cattle became extremely docile with culling of shy and poor breeders and those cattle that showed poor temperament.
The Tuli are naturally polled cattle that have three basic coat colors - red, yellow and white and variations of these colors. High fertility, early maturity, hardiness, adaptability, ease of calving, good mothering ability and excellent carcass quality, coupled with a docile nature have made the Tuli extremely popular in straight and cross-breeding programs.