Milking shorthorn


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Milking shorthorn

a red, red-and-white or red-roan dual-purpose breed of cattle.
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While I do not know what would happen (we do not have mountain lions in this area--thankfully), I can state that the Milking Shorthorns are large animals (one of my girls weighed 1,800 lbs).
I have recently started another team named "Fire and Ice," they're both Milking Shorthorns, just like the ones Old McDonald had when I was a boy.
Milking Shorthorns (some old-timers refer to them as Durhams) were developed out of the Shorthorn beef breed.
For a homesteader, a dual purpose milk and beef breed like the Devon, Milking Shorthorn or Red Poll, may be most desirable.
His family owns and operates Pearson's Elmhurst Dairy in Millbury, where the milk from 65 Holsteins and milking shorthorns is processed into milk and ice cream.
The composite breed began in 1962 at the University of Minnesota with an experimental herd of Milking Shorthorns crossed with red Holsteins.