Red poll


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Red poll

a breed of red, polled dual-purpose cattle.
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Further Chinese lanterns have been found in a hedgerow which borders a field in which 22 Red Poll cows are currently grazing.
Ranchers in western Canada imported Red Poll cattle, which were often called "mulies," from the Celtic word for polled.
Red Poll contributed gentle disposition, fertility and maternal traits, along with excellent carcass quality.
Red Poll cattle are considered medium in size, with cows averaging 1,200 pounds and bulls 1,800 pounds.
It is one of only eight Red Poll herds in Britain, and the only one in Europe that is used to make cheese.
Lucy Badger, deputy farm manager, said Mary was extra special as she is a Red Poll, a breed which is on the endangered species list.
Two sixes were the Red Poll and Limousin (both considered dual-purpose breeds).
Red Poll, Woldsman Geranium, Mrs M V Dawes, Fladbury.
The program focused first on crosses with Jersey, South Devon, Limousin, Charolais, and Simmental sires in Cycle I, from 1970 to 1972, and Red Poll, Brown Swiss, Gelbvieh, Maine Anjou, and Chianina sires in Cycle II from 1973 to 1974.
Below, a red poll and siskin fight, by Will <BNicholls
The rare breeds farm includes many varieties of cows - such as Irish Moiled, Shetland, White Park, Gloucester, Red Poll, Dexter, Longhorn and Highland.
The Classic Menu includes smoked haddock fishcake (pounds 10) and the deluxe Red Poll beefburger (pounds 15).