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27 Aug 2023
5 May 2023
Fine-boned, muscular Italians
16 Jun 2022
The French lady with the pretty eyes
6 May 2022
White muscle mass from the central-east of France
24 Mar 2022
Undemanding and calm all over the world
10 Dec 2021
Once legendary, today world-famous with the coat colour as a brand
27 Nov 2020
Not a limousine, but just as noble
17 Jul 2020
No South Tyrolean cheese
10 Jun 2020
Behind the wood lies not only survival but good living
Salers – Legendary Cows
12 Sept 2019
Salers is the name of a mahogany-coloured cattle breed (there are also a few black cows) from the Massif Central in France, or more precisely from Auvergne.
Luing – where boat trips are part of everyday life for cattle
23 Jul 2019
Luing cattle originates from Scotland.
Braunvieh – a Swiss export hit
15 Dec 2018
The «Braunvieh» originated in Central Switzerland.
Tux-Zillertal – sure-footed Protector of the Herd
10 Aug 2018
Tux-Zillertaler cattle probably originate from the Valais Hérens breed and are mainly common in the Tyrol.
Pinzgauer – Austrian Draft Strength
6 Jul 2018
Pinzgauer come from Austria and are chestnut brown with a characteristic back and belly blaze.
Simmental – A Swiss Suckler Cow or a Citizen of the World?
25 May 2018
These cattle with their red to fawn spots and characteristic white heads come from the Bernese Oberland.
Hérens and Evolène
22 Feb 2018
Descendants of the first cattle in Switzerland.
Grauvieh – A Swiss Cow with a Migartion Background?
17 Dec 2017
The Grauvieh comes from the Central Alps.
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