Dairy shorthorn

Dairy shorthorn

the dairy variety of the shorthorn breed of cattle. Called also Milking shorthorn.
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The dairy cows forward were all working cows with flesh difficult to find, top price was 87p paid for a Dairy Shorthorn from Hugh Connell with Black & White to 80p from David Irving.
Another Dairy Shorthorn merited an honourable mention, and Kayleigh Coole, showing on behalf of the family, was third in the young handlers class.
The Charlton is the result of the renowned and deliciously rich Goodwood milk which stems from the local Dairy Shorthorn, a sixteenth century breed which originated as a result of crossing the best milking cow of the time.
I breed pedigree Dairy Shorthorn cattle and have done since I left school, but I am a member of Equity, the actors' union.
They rear 60 dairy shorthorn cattle, which have been bred over 25 years, 100 sheep and two angora goats.
The rest were Dairy Shorthorn, Ayrshire, Jersey and Guernsey breeds.
New Englanders generally prefer dairy breeds such as Holstein, dairy Shorthorn, and Milking Devon, while Nova Scotians prefer beef breeds such as Hereford, Ayrshire, and beef Shorthorn.
They had just bought the farm, then 26 acres, and were hand milking two Dairy Shorthorn cows.
Dairy Shorthorn champion was a Marleycote-bred cow, Marleycote Princess Jill 31, now owned by the McLean family from Northern Ireland, while Richard Bown - on top of winning the Holstein sector - took top place in the Ayrshires with Loukat Lucky.
For over five years, Acorn Diary, based at Archdeacon Newton, near Darlington, had used pictures of three of it Dairy Shorthorn cross herd - Ruby, Matilda and Katy - on its milk bottles.
Heading the traditional Dairy Shorthorn entries was Siemon Thomas' Drisgol Dinnie