NUÑEZ DE TARIFA

NUÑEZ DE TARIFA

Livestock Benjumea- Toros Benjumea

Bulls Nuñez Tarifa

 
Currency: blue and gold.
Signal ear torn in two.
Villa: Barahona. Cuba C.P. (Beja) Portugal. And in Bormujos (Sevilla).
Owner: Sociedad Agricola Núñez Serrano Suner-LDA
Manager: Francisco Nunez Benjumea
Mayoral: Joaquín Lobo. 

Origin: in 1832 from José Vázquez de Sevilla formed h...

Livestock Benjumea- Toros Benjumea

Bulls Nuñez Tarifa

 
Currency: blue and gold.
Signal ear torn in two.
Villa: Barahona. Cuba C.P. (Beja) Portugal. And in Bormujos (Sevilla).
Owner: Sociedad Agricola Núñez Serrano Suner-LDA
Manager: Francisco Nunez Benjumea
Mayoral: Joaquín Lobo. 

Origin: in 1832 from José Vázquez de Sevilla formed his livestock José María Benjumea Vecino (father of the great great grandfather of cattle present), debuting in Madrid on 19 October 1848. In 1869 grappled on behalf of children of José María Benjumea and 1876 ​​on behalf of their two offspring; Diego and Pablo Benjumea Pérez de Seoane, grazing cattle in the Cortijo de San José (Sevilla). Until 1884, they highlighted the following bulls: "Young Master" May 12, 1849 in Madrid. "Lamplighter" August 21, 1865 in Antequera. "Naranjito" on April 24, 1881 in Granada. "Pounce" "Bouquet" and "Baker" the evening of July 20, 1882 in Madrid and "Spitfire" on May 26, 1883 in Malaga. In 1919 livestock José Gómez (Joselito el Gallo) who withdrew take breeder bull by the feeling that produced the death of his mother sold, and simply liquidate earned by selling some lots or slaughter in the slaughterhouse. In 2000 the iron is rehabilitated by Isabel Benjumea Cabeza de Vaca direct descendant of the founder of a herd and mother of the current owner. Currently, livestock consists of cows and bulls of Joaquin Nunez Cuvillo, father of the current owner. In 2012 it formalized its entry into the Portuguese Association of Breeders of Fighting Bulls (APCTL).

 

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