Rasen ales opp som kjøttfe, og er kjennetegnet av lange horn og lang, bølgete pels. Fargen kan være svart, brindle , rø gul eller blakk. Rasen ble utviklet på det skotske høylandet og Hebridene.
Highland cattle are a Scottish cattle breed. Bufret Lignende Oversett denne siden 24. Have a glance at the most important things you should know about this classic Scottish breed!
This Scottish breed stands out from the rest for its long wavy hair. The unusual double coat consists of an oily outer layer – the longest of any cattle breed – and a downy undercoat. Have you ever seen this fluffy cow and wonder what breed it is? THEY ARE SO BLOODY CUTE OMFG. It is one of the oldest purebred cattle . Effektiv landskapspleier!
Rolige og omgjengelige dyr. Høylandsfe er effektive landsapspleiere.
Klarer seg utmerke i de fleste beitesituasjoner, og har en fantastisk evne til å effektivt utbytte beiteressurser av alle slag. En saktevoksenderase som utvikler seg i pakt med naturen. The extremely harsh conditions created a process of natural selection , where only the fittest and most adaptable animals survived to carry on the breed. The earliest importation on record . Cattle For Sale and Wanted.
There is a great selection of highland cattle for sale throughout United Kingdom. Find what you are looking for below. Rates are very reasonable, the advert will be in position for months. The society continues to publish hard copies of our herd book. This gives a permanent record of pedigrees and a fascinating insight to our historic breed.
Animals can be traced back to their . It is still a matter of debate as to whether they were an origin of Scotland or imported from Scandinavia perhaps with the Vikings when they invaded Great Britain. This says much of their ability to survive in adversity. Here in Australia they happily exist in poorer conditions than many other types of cattle. The lack of human attempts to improve the breed is probably . Why do we all love this magnificent breed?
Is it their high quality beef, their versatility and hardiness or their extremely docile nature?