This antique text contains a detailed treatise on the different breeds of cattle, including information on the Galloway, the Hereford, Shorthorns, and other types and breeds. Cattle kept for commercial reasons usually either fall into the categories of dairy cattle or beef cattle, which are used for the production of dairy products (cheese, milk, cream, etc.) and meat for human consumption respectively. A book of timeless value, this text will greatly appeal to anyone with an interest in the various types of cattle, and constitutes a worthy addition to collections of bovine and farming literature. We are proud to republish this antique book, now complete with a new introduction on the subject.
Contained within this book is a comprehensive treatise on different breeds of cattle, including information on Shorthorns, the Hereford, the Galloway and other breeds. Complete with detailed descriptions, notable information, and helpful diagrams and photographs, this text constitutes a veritable must-have for those with a keen interest in cattle and makes for a worthy addition to collections of farming and cattle-owning literature. The chapters of this book include: 'Cattle Types and Breeds', 'Beef Type', 'Dairy Type', 'Dual-Purpose Type', 'British Breeds of Cattle', 'Shorthorns', 'Hereford', 'Galloway', 'Red Poll', 'Dual Purpose Breeds', 'Welsh Black', 'Dairy Breeds', 'British Friesian', 'Jersey', 'Kerry and Dexter', and more. We have elected this antique book for modern republication due to the timeless nature of the information contained within it, and we are proud to republish it now complete with a new introduction on cattle farming."
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