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Bull used for the bull part of the Bullbog in "A real Bulldog"

The Aubrac breed is a moderate-framed, highly maternal breed from southern France that was developed centuries ago for production of forage-based beef. The Aubrac region supports little grain production, so economic reality has propelled selection for productive and efficient beef cattle.

Aubrac The Aubrac breed is a moderate-framed, highly maternal breed from southern France that was developed centuries ago for production of forage-based beef.

ORIGINAL BRAUNVIEH Brown Original - Original Austrian Brown  Österreichisches Braunvieh              Original Braunvieh es una raza originaria de Suiza.  El color característico varia del gris al marrón.  Las vacas llegan a pesan entre 500 a 700 kg, los toros pesan hasta 1000 kg. Se la utiliza para la producción de carne y leche.

ORIGINAL BRAUNVIEH Brown Original - Original Austrian Brown Österreichisches Braunvieh Original Braunvieh es una raza originaria de Suiza. El color característico varia del gris al marrón. Las vacas llegan a pesan entre 500 a 700 kg, los toros pesan hasta 1000 kg. Se la utiliza para la producción de carne y leche.

Super Mutant Cow On Steroids. For those who have never seen a Belgian Blue Cow in person, the experience is dramatic. Imagine walking

Real (Mislabeled) - Pinned as "A cow born without the protein Myostatin which allowed for unrestricted muscle growth." - It's a Belgian Blue "Bull" (pretty easy to tell) and not unusual at all.

"Piedmontese" are from the Piedmont Mountain area of northern Italy. They are thought to be the product of two distinct breeds - the Auroch and the Zebu - fused and evolved over 25,000 years of natural selection to become the Piedmontese breed. The cattle are white or gray with black hoofs, switch,  ears and nose. Piedmontese are double muscled with a long body, dished face and small black tipped horns.

"Piedmontese" are from the Piedmont Mountain area of northern Italy.

"Charolais" cattle have changed beef production concepts almost as much as the original British breeds did in the American Southwest more than a century ago.  They originated  around Charolles in Central France.  The breed became established there and achieved considerable regard as a producer of highly-rated meat in the markets at Lyon and Villefranche in the 16th and 17th centuries.

"Charolais" cattle have changed beef production concepts almost as much as the original British breeds did in the American Southwest more than a century ago. They originated around Charolles in Central France.

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