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MEUSE RHINE ISSEL CATTLE
Southland (Photo courtesy Lyn and Colin Marshall) Meuse Rhine Issel* cattle were developed in the south and east of the Netherlands ( ... century the Meuse Rhine Issel cattle were reported to comprise about a third of all the dairy cattle in that country. (Other figures ... , continuing to breed them for twenty years. The first live cattle imports were made in 1972 by Butland Industries Ltd (Chesdale ...
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Rare Breeds Trust of Australia: Ayrshire Cattle
Rare Breeds Trust of Australia: Ayrshire Cattle | Home | Contact | Search | Site Index | Ayrshire Cattle Ayrshire are dairy cattle and they come from the county of Ayr in Scotland. They were brought to Australia ... horns. Ayrshires have one of the best protein/fat ratios compared with other breeds of dairy cattle. The average butterfat test is about 4%. Coming from the cold climate of Ayr, the ...
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Related Links, The Randall Cattle Registry, Inc. The Official Website For The Breed Formerly Known As Randall Lineback Cattle
Dairy Cattle Registry The Registry and Association for the American Lineback cattle breed. Lineback Dairy Cattle A MSN Group for Lineback Cattle. Lineback Cattle types, pictures, links, message board and more. Northeast Organic Dairy ...
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MILKING SHORTHORN CATTLE
(The division into separate Beef and Dairy breeds did not take place until the twentieth century.) The first Shorthorn cattle to arrive in New ... became known) predominated in New Zealand’s dairy industry until the 1920s when it was superseded by the Jersey. From comprising 56 percent of all dairy cattle in 1921, the Shorthorn had declined ...
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Dairy Workshop
The four-part stomach of ruminant animals (which includes cattle) will be discussed. Students will be able help determine ... cow eats and drinks and general care and feeding guidelines for dairy cattle. The four-part stomach of ruminant animals (which includes cattle) will be discussed. Students will be able help determine ...
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Growth of a dairy cooperative-Heifer International Indonesia
Livestock and Agriculture Division, beginning in 1983, with the dairy cattle extension and training program in the village of Karang Poh. Puspetasari staff and ... International initially provided 114 dairy cattle to 63 families. Through dedicated and persistent efforts by Puspetasari and the farm families, this has now resulted in 676 dairy cattle being provided to 216 ...
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RARE BREEDS OF LIVESTOCK - CATTLE
Sadly Britain is fast becoming a dairy monoculture of Holstein-Friesian dairy cattle and Charolais and Belgian cattle ...
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Dairy Resources
Dairy Symposia at the University of Minnesota 2007 -- Crossbreeding of Dairy Cattle: the Science and the Impact 2005 -- Exploring Viable Dairy System Alternatives for Minnesota 2003 -- Reproductive Loss in Dairy Cattle ...
www.misa.umn.edu


Rare Breeds Trust of Australia: Rare and Minority Breeds of Cattle in Australia
Australia: Rare and Minority Breeds of Cattle in Australia | Home | Contact | Search | Site Index | Rare and Minority Breeds of Cattle in Australia RARITY STATUS OF PIG ... Adapteur Endangered (< 75 annual female registrations) Traditional Hereford • Traditional Angus • Traditional Dairy Shorthorn Vulnerable ( <250 annual female registrations) English Longhorn • Australian Friesian Sahiwal (AFS ...
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San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Wild Cattle
Humans have been using cattle species such as dairy cows, yaks, and oxen for thousands of years. These domesticated animals are descendants of wild cattle such as bantengs, gaur, yaks, and ... of habitat due to agriculture have reduced the numbers of several other wild cattle species. Another problem is domestic cattle sharing the same grazing space and breeding with the wild species, thus ...
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