Belted Galloway

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Belted Galloway

a breed of beef cattle, a variant of the Galloway breed. It is polled and black except for a genetically dominant wide band of white completely encircling its trunk behind the elbow.
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Belted Galloway dual-purpose cattle. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Among the prizes for auction are rugby tops, gifts from businesses and restaurants plus two prized tickets for the Beltie Beer Festival in June.
At birth, Beltie calves usually weigh from 60 to 80 pounds.
Our business strategy is to expand the business in Britain for our Dexter and Beltie speciality beef.
Painting: I bought this picture of a Beltie Cow for Alex as a birthday gift.
This of course wouldn't work with the Galloway Beltie.
She gave Dad a Beltie cow, and me a miniature donkey," Proctor said.
In Banchory, Kincardine-shire, another historic home, Easter Beltie House, is in need of tender loving care to restore it to its original grandeur.
There will be some cracking items up for auction including two Beltie Beer Festival tickets which is already sold out, plus I have rugby tops and gifts from local businesses around the Midsteeple Quarter.
He began collecting lots of old farm machinery after noticing it was always left unsold at the end of sales and becoming worried that the nation would lose its farming heritage RELICS OF PAST Beltie farmer Paul Coppen spent years collecting old machinery
Jane Smith, secretary of the NSA Wales and Border ram sales, has been breeding Belties for 10 years.
The author collects cash payment from landowners to have the belties clear rough land of weeds, trees and hay grass where tractors cannot go, thus the cows not only provide beef for sale, but a steady bit of side income.