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i need 5 breeds of used for dairy stuff and 6 breeds used for beef (including angus cows) PLZ help me out it's for my breeds assignment for skool and it's due very soon! PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEZ help me out

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>Dairy Breeds include Holstein,Jersey,Ashire,Milking Shorthorn Brown Swiss. Good Luck

i need 5 breeds of used for dairy
> stuff and 6 breeds used for beef
> (including angus cows) PLZ help me
> out it's for my breeds assignment
> for skool and it's due very soon!
> PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEZ help me out

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Angus, Hereford, Simmenthal, limousin, Beef Shorthorn, Gelbvieh, Braunvieh, Senepol

Holstein, Ayrshire, Milking Shorthorn, Guernsey, Jersey, Normande, Brown Swiss

dunmovin farms

> I can give you the six for
> beef.Angus,Brangus,Hereford,Charolais,Santa
> Gertrudis,Beef Master.Good luck
> with the dairy cows.
 
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And, for extra credit, include Dexters (dual purpose - beef and milk). Good luck on your assignment!

> i need 5 breeds of used for dairy
> stuff and 6 breeds used for beef
> (including angus cows) PLZ help me
> out it's for my breeds assignment
> for skool and it's due very soon!
> PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEZ help me out

[email protected]
 
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Anonymous

You can add saler on both lists. In the USA they are a beef breed but in Europe they are also used for dairy. I may have missed them on one of the other lists but for beef you can add charolais, chinainna (which are the largest cattle in the world), and maine-anju.

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CKC1586":30hk652b said:
Whats up with the five and six year old posts coming back?

Pretty simple. Someone new looking through the archives and commenting on the old topics.
 

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It's not someone new. It's Sir Loin posting under a new name. Read just a few posts from each and it'll be painfully obvious. Don't know why the change, though.

Funny thing.... of all Sir Loin's posts I dont' ever recall him mentioning Simmentals or Simangus. Now he's an expert on both. In fact, he seems to be an expert on pretty much everything. :roll: Actually, I guess it's not funny, it's sad.
 

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