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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Milking Shorthorns are known for their docile disposition and tractability, making this the breed of choice for oxen production in organizations like Tiller's International.
The first group consists of Jerseys and Guernseys while the second group includes Holsteins, Milking Shorthorns, Brown Swiss, and Ayrshires.
Milking Shorthorns also have a wonderful history of helping to settle America because they are such a docile and versatile animal.
My grandfather's cousin (a neighboring dairy farmer) had a team of Milking Shorthorn oxen.
I've even crossed Beef Shorthorn to one of my Milking Shorthorn cows.
Devon, Irish Dexter, and Milking Shorthorn are three of these.
The following are their combined score/optimum slaughter weight: Angus -- 29/950, Ayrshire -- 26/900, Beefmaster -- 27/1,150, Bradford -- 28/1,150, Brahman -- 42/1,150, Brangus -- 29/1,050, Brown Swiss - 25/1,200, Charbray -- 36/1,250, Charolais -- 34/1,250, Devon -- 28/1,050, Galloway -- 30/950, Guernsey -- 29/900, Hays Converter -- 26/1,150, Hereford -- 33/1,050, Holstein -- 22/1,200, Jersey -- 28/850, Limousin -- 28/1,200, Maine-Anjou -- 28/1,250, Milking Shorthorn -- 35/950, Red Angus -- 29/950, Red Poll -- 30/950, Santa Gertrudis -- 34/1,150, Scotch Highland -- 31/900, Simmental -- 24/1,250, Shorthorn -- 34/950 and South Devon -- 28/1,150.
Effect of herd and sire on uniform functional type trait appraisal scores for Ayrshire Guernseys Jerseys and Milking Shorthorns.