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Meanwhile, part one of the dispersal of the Perthshire-based Coldrochie herd of pedigree Beef Shorthorn from Douglas McMillan saw a strong trade on Monday with stock bull Fearn Godfather going under the hammer of auctioneer Raymond Kennedy for 20,000gns.
The Shorthorn was initially brought to the United States in the late 1700s, and remained predominantly in the Ohio and Kentucky area until the late 1800s when the breed's popularity spread throughout the rest of the country.
Ian and his mother, Mary, along with sister Wendy Young, were showing their Churchroyd partnership pedigree Dairy Shorthorns.
Economical effect of induction of embryo transferred Japanese Black calf in Japanese Shorthorn breeding management.
The Beef Shorthorn cattle, originally from North Yorkshire, have brought a different dimension.
The speciality steaks list offers some serious carnivorous eating including a 30oz Shorthorn porter house steak for two for pounds 32.
Kerry: There are also some rare breeds that can be used as dairy animals, including the Kerry cattle-descendants of the Celtic Shorthorn that was brought to Ireland as early as 2,000 B.
In 2006, NAGP animal physiologist Phil Purdy traveled to Nebraska to collect genetic material from 15 bulls in a large Shorthorn herd.
By the mid-1940s, he had the largest herd of prize shorthorn cattle in the Southeast on his Circle H Stock Farm in Alabama.
Beef Shorthorn heifers to PS1265 from Messrs Hodgson, Glencoyne, Penrith.
QUALITY Beef Shorthorn females were in demand at Chelford last week with the best of the bunch consigned by Denbighshire producer Tudor Williams.
Events will include a chance to see the farm's herd of shorthorn cattle, a static display of farm machinery, a hosted farm tour, a chance to pick your own summer salads and taste delicious homegrown food.