Highland cattle

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Highland cattle

a breed of cattle with shaggy hair, usually reddish-brown in colour, and long horns
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A highland cow grazes on pastures at a rare breeds farm in Baylham in Suffolk where two cows have been found with bluetongue
Tests for bluetongue are being conducted on farm animals and midges in Suffolk after a highland cow was diagnosed as the first ever British case of the disease on Saturday.
The 80-year-old company synonymous with its iconic Highland cow icon, went into receivership on March 3, blaming raw material rises.
Mione also cares for Highland cow Molach, who was a six-week-old non-sucking calf and only able to be fed through a stomach tube when the centre came to her rescue.
Holme Valley North councillor Terry Lyons was knocked to the ground and trampled by a Highland cow on a footpath off Wessenden Head Road, Meltham, on May 26.
As a teenager in the Scottish Highlands I remember zipping open my tent to come face to face with a huge Highland cow.
The Highland cow is believed to have damaged five memorials.
Meteorologist John Gloster and colleagues from the Met Office and the Institute for Animal Health at Pirbright examined the meteorological conditions leading up to the first case of the disease in a Highland cow near Ipswich o September 15 last year.
A highland cow receives some nourishment in the snow near Carron Valley, Scotland
Beleaguered British farmers suffering after several outbreaks of foot-and-mouth are facing a second threat as a new livestock virus, bluetongue, claimed the life of a highland cow called Debbie.
The infected highland cow was put down at Bayl-ham Rare Breeds Farm, near Ipswich, yesterday.
The man looked like a freshly combed Highland cow peering though his newly lustrous locks.
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