Durham cattle

Durham cattle:

see Shorthorn cattleShorthorn cattle,
breed of beef cattle developed from the native cattle of the Tees valley in NE England; formerly called Durham cattle. Systematic breeding of Shorthorns began in the latter part of the 18th cent.
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Also included is a rare copy of "Thomas Bates and the Kirklevington Shorthorns, Pure Durham Cattle", by C.J Bates.
Milking Shorthorn The Shorthorn breed was developed in the seventeenth century in northern England, where they were originally known as Durham cattle. The breed was developed as a dual-purpose breed, for both meat and milk production, and was introduced to the United States in 1783.
COUNTY Durham cattle farmers are being invited to find out more about how housing cattle affects the animals' health.

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