milking shorthorn

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Noun1.milking shorthorn - breed evolved from shorthorn beef cattlemilking shorthorn - breed evolved from shorthorn beef cattle
dairy cattle, dairy cow, milch cow, milcher, milk cow, milker - cattle that are reared for their milk
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Sires will bring a traditional milking shorthorn calf that is a dual-purpose breed producing ample milk but also fattens well on grass for meat.
But two photo captions talk about milking shorthorn cattle.
Carl Saucier, from Canada, will judge the Holstein, Brown Swiss and milking Shorthorn classes; Molly Sloan, from the USA, will judge the Ayrshire, Jersey and Red and White classes; Mark Logan, from Northern Ireland, will judge the National British Friesian Show; and Ben Yates, from Somerset, will judge the showmanship class.
He has dedicated his life to bringing back an important historic cattle breed--the Native Milking Shorthorn. I had the great pleasure of meeting Norris in 2011 in my role as senior program manager for The Livestock Conservancy.
Haryana, Tharparkar, Red pool, Kankrej, milking shorthorn etc.
After that we brought in some Dutch Belted cows and milking Shorthorn, and then really started focusing on the milking Shorthorns.
A breed developed in Australia from Milking Shorthorn, Ayrshire and Devon cattle is the 'Illawarra' occupying 1% of the national herd in number (ADHIS, 2013).
The event, on Saturday, December 1, is now in its 26th year and will feature a Milking Shorthorn for the first time alongside the usual Holsteins.
Milking Shorthorn The Shorthorn breed was developed in the seventeenth century in northern England, where they were originally known as Durham cattle.
I had projects in registered Milking Shorthorn cattle and registered Duroc Jersey hogs on the farm.
* Milking Shorthorn: While there are several thousand of this breed, the ALBC is concerned at the rapid decrease in their numbers, which has been directly linked to the bioengineering of breeds for commercial milk-production.
Where there used to be a lot of Hereford and Milking Shorthorn cattle, there aren't as many anymore.