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How do I find out what breed my cows are ?

Posted: Tue Apr 13, 1999 4:46 pm
by Sharon
Bought a momma and her heifer baby last year, forgot the breed the seller said she was. Fairly new type of breed I was told. She's huge ( about 5ft.at the back) is a reddish brown with slightly curly coat. Very little white on her stomach and tip of tail. Live outside of Colorado Springs. If I recollect it started with either a "S" or "C" Thanks for any help on this
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cerandskr@aol.com

Re: How do I find out what breed my cows are ?

Posted: Tue Apr 13, 1999 10:26 pm
by Denny
<br>: Bought a momma and her heifer baby last year, forgot the breed the seller said she was. Fairly new type of breed I was told. She's huge ( about 5ft.at the back) is a reddish brown with slightly curly coat. Very little white on her stomach and tip of tail. Live outside of Colorado Springs. If I recollect it started with either a "S" or "C" Thanks for any help on this<br> Sharon,<br> By your description your cow sounds like she could be a Saler (pronounced "say-lear")<br> Denny<br>
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Farmh73311A@aol.com

Re: Re: How do I find out what breed my cows are ?

Posted: Thu Apr 15, 1999 12:33 am
by bw
<br>: <p>: By your description your cow sounds like she could be a Saler (pronounced "say-lear")<br>: Denny<p>That would be my guess, too.
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sunrise@usachoice.com

Re: Re: How do I find out what breed my cows are ?

Posted: Fri Jul 11, 2003 5:31 pm
by Kyle
> : : By your description your
> cow sounds like she could be a
> Saler (pronounced
> "say-lear") : Denny
> That would be my guess, too.

I agree w/ Denny-Kay



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