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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Gloria Asmussen, Tunas, Missouri, is co-founder and Secretary of the Heartland Highland Cattle Association.
Along with his distinctive horned Highland cattle, Mr.
Two vases depicting Highland cattle by John and Harry Stinton sold for pounds 780 and pounds 540 respectively, whilst another vase depicting sheep within a highland landscape by Harry Davis sold for pounds 380.
There are a number reasons for the increasing commercial interest in the breed," said Ken Brown, president of the Highland Cattle Society.
It wasn't long after moving in we introduced our first Highland cattle, a cow and calf pair.
Holly's stunning picture of Highland cattle in a local farmer's field has been chosen as one of the winning entries.
People pictures Highland cattle at Stewart Park, taken by Maxine McGill
Visitors can bottle-feed lambs, see chicks, goats and Highland Cattle.
A TRAINING course has been launched in Holland to help people who are scared of Highland cattle.
Paintings sold to pounds 450 for an oil of Highland Cattle by Henry Bates Joel.
The Kylerhea Narrows crossing point was important, where for many centuries cattle drovers would swim their small black highland cattle across to the mainland every season for the cattle fairs.
INDIA An Indian girl, wearing traditional attire, poses for photographers as she along with others perform the Garba, a traditional dance of western Indian state of Gujarat, as part of preparation for Navratri festival in Ahmadabad (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki) SCOTLAND Maisie, a seven-year-old Highland Cow is washed down by live stock apprentice Melissa Sinclair and Stockman Matt Auld ahead of the International Highland Cattle Show being held at Pollock Country Park in Glasgow.