The Belted Galloway cattle originate from Galloway in southwest Scotland. These cattle are raised for beef which is lean, tender, and tasty. They survive well in inclement environments as they have a double layer of hair that sheds rain and keeps the animal warm. They also survive well on a wider range of vegetation that other cattle. They are also known as gentle to handle, and they calve easily. They are also known as Belties, and Oreo Cattle.
Sunday, February 21, 2021
Belted Galloway Cattle
Posted by Taken For Granted at 2/21/2021
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And still a wintercoat. Nice.ReplyDelete
Holy cow! This is a rare sight for me.ReplyDelete
Looks a wee bit like a girdle or a corset TFG 😉ReplyDelete
They look like they are wearing a big belt to me!ReplyDelete
Lovely!! Like those pastoral paintingsReplyDelete
I don't think I've heard of this kind of cattle before.ReplyDelete
I like them. There are a small herd down the road from us.ReplyDelete
"Oreo cattle", haha! those cows seem to have many qualities! In Scotland, they say COOS for cows :)ReplyDelete
Interesante información sobre ese tipo de ganado. La foto es simple pero tiene mucha magia.ReplyDelete
What an interesting breed of cattle. I'd never seen those before.ReplyDelete
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