British Friesian cattle

British Friesian cattle

similar to and originating from Dutch Friesians.
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Carlisle October 6 The October Borderway Monthly Dairy Day sale had just over 350 catalogued entries featuring Holstein, Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Montbeliarde and British Friesian cattle.
And from the early 1940s, they established what was to become a hugely successful herd of award winning British Friesian cattle.
CENTENARY celebrations of the British Friesian Cattle Society began last week with an open day at what is probably the only pedigree herd remaining in West Wales.
The family moved to Peepy Farm, Stocksfield, in 1944 and retained the Hunday cattle-breeding prefix previously registered in 1937 with the then British Friesian Cattle Society; now Holstein UK.
Mr Moffitt joined the then British Friesian Cattle Society in 1947 and later became the fourth family member to hold the post of society chairman.
Following the purchase of a Friesian bull, Warmington Samson, in 1950, his females were subsequently reared and brought into the herd and registration with the British Friesian Cattle Society began.
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