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AnonymousUser 10111 96 Belgian bleu white either
Belgian bleu white
Cow and son in the prairie 2002 05 15
Re: Belgian bleu white
For those familiar to the dairy industry, this is one very
bad example of a holstein cow. Obviously this is basically
a cull cow that is not very productive (see one badly shaped
udder that is likely diseased and note also the fat on this
animal indicating that she is putting fat on her back and
not in the bucket). This cow is being used to raise a calf
as a last resort to get some use out of her.
Re: Belgian bleu white
I don't believe that you are familiar whit Belgian bleu and
white because this is a good example cow of it .
Do not think that al black and white animals are Holstein
to.This becomes because the mother and father are bleu and
The father of the son is the bull you can see under the
picture name" my good bull".
That amimal is not for the production of milk.
And the fat you see that is first class meat.
Those cows and bulls gives more than 70% usefull meat.
The cow was born in 1995 and has at the moment her 6 son.
The foto is also taken on about 50 m distance.
Those animals also doesn't need hormons !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So be carefull whit quick conclusions.;-)
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