Friesian


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Friesian

Brit any of several breeds of black-and-white dairy cattle having a high milk yield
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IFA test showed higher prevalence of Theileria, 20% in Friesian cattle compared to 19% prevalence in Sahiwal cattle.
Breed Report: Friesian steers to 500, av 500; Hereford steers to 848, av 848,heifers to 690, av 690; Charolais steers to 1000, av 730, heifers to 880, av 744; Limousin steers to 825, av 740, heifers to 795, av 718; British Blue steers to 1005, av 1005, heifers to 755, av 703; Devon steers to 745, av 745.
It inherits 87.5 percent Holstein Friesian, 6.25 per cent Red Dane and 6.25 per cent of Sahiwal breeds.
The breeds represented German Angus, a typical beef cattle; Galloway, a smaller, environmentally resistant producer of beef; Holstein Friesian, a dairy type having significant beef characteristics; and Belgian Blue, an extreme type for muscle growth.
BRIAN DAVIES / The Register-Guard Robbie DeBruin runs Tiede, a 4-year-old gelding, on a victory lap Wednesday at the Oregon Horse Center after the Friesian was awarded the highest possible honor.
"Have you tasted the Friesian Pilsener or Hodgson's India Pale Ale lately?" he asked.
As well as the 107 Friesian cows and heifers, the sale also includes 17 Limousin and Friesian suckler cows, 62 Limousin store cattle with a stock bull and the complete flock of 460 North Country mules and Suffolk cross sheep.
The farm was started with 12 Friesian animals sourced from Naivasha in 2015 and the number has since increased to 32 over the years following successful breeding using artificial insemination."Only one cow died due to the change in climatic conditions but the rest have adopted well and some have even calved down.
The reserve interbreed champion was the Holstein Friesian champ from Brian and Valerie Davidson, Errolston, Gretna, led by Craig was delighted with Errol-ston Redesign Tessie's success after winning the dairy interbreed championship.
M/s Paisley & Son, Micklethwaite Farm sold a Friesian heifer for 647kg at 159.5p totalling PS1031 bought by Sean McGimpsey.
They were first seen in small numbers in the mid-1800s, but import restrictions imposed because of endemic foot-and-mouth disease on the European continent meant that the Friesian and Holstein breeds never began to arrive in large numbers until the early years of the 20th century.
And she was joined by Sharon, a Pedigree Holstein Friesian cow, at the launch of the Bailey's Irish Champion Diary Cow Competition.