My Daily Cow
My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01
crest - a cervical or cervico-thoracic large rounded bulge found on the males of a humpless breed.

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01

crest - a cervical or cervico-thoracic large rounded bulge found on the males of a humpless breed.

The gaur is a wild species of cattle. The bulls are black and the cows are a dark brown.
The gaur (formerly called the Indian bison) has two subspecies:
the Indian gaur (Bos gaurus gaurus)
the Indo-Chinese gaur (Bos gaurus laosiensis) which is divided into:
the Burmese pyaung or pyoung or pyun (Bos gaurus readei) (aka Burmese bison)
the seladang of Indochina (Bos gaurus hubbacki) (aka Malayan bison, Malayan gaur)

You can also go to:
The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Referenceto see other breeds of cattle in the world.
My Daily Cow® India and Southeast Asia and read about other Indian and Southeast Asian cattle breeds.

The gaur is a wild species of cattle. The bulls are black and the cows are a dark brown.

The gaur (formerly called the Indian bison) has two subspecies:

  • the Indian gaur (Bos gaurus gaurus)
  • the Indo-Chinese gaur (Bos gaurus laosiensis) which is divided into:
    • the Burmese pyaung or pyoung or pyun (Bos gaurus readei) (aka Burmese bison)
    • the seladang of Indochina (Bos gaurus hubbacki) (aka Malayan bison, Malayan gaur)

You can also go to:

The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Reference
to see other breeds of cattle in the world.

My Daily Cow® India and Southeast Asia and read about other Indian and Southeast Asian cattle breeds.

My Daily Cow – Cow Glossary

breed - a population of cattle that has been isolated and influenced by the local environment producing recognizable features and attributes that are passed genetically to its offspring; also, a population of cattle that has been influenced by man through the deliberate selection of recognizable features and attributes that can be passed genetically to its offspring.

The Dabieshan (aka Dabie Mountain; 大别山牛 in Chinese) can be yellowish to blackish-brown in color. Often they will have round white patches along their rump which may be an influence of the wild banteng.
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The Cow Wall® of China
My Daily Cow® China and read about other Chinese cattle breeds.

The Dabieshan (aka Dabie Mountain; 大别山牛 in Chinese) can be yellowish to blackish-brown in color. Often they will have round white patches along their rump which may be an influence of the wild banteng.

You can also go to:

The Cow Wall® of China

My Daily Cow® China and read about other Chinese cattle breeds.

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01
elbow - joint found in the front leg between the shoulder joint and the knee joint.

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01

elbow - joint found in the front leg between the shoulder joint and the knee joint.

The Jamaica Brahman (aka Brahman Jamaicano in Spanish) is white to grey in color and some are naturally polled (without horns).
The breed originated from the importation and haphazard breeding of:
the Ongole (predominate)
the Kankrej
the Hissar
the Gir
All were imported before 1922.
The Jamaica Brahman has been greatly influenced by the American Brahman since 1948.
You can also go to:
The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Referenceto see other breeds of cattle in the world.
My Daily Cow® Jamaica and read about other Jamaican cattle breeds.

The Jamaica Brahman (aka Brahman Jamaicano in Spanish) is white to grey in color and some are naturally polled (without horns).

The breed originated from the importation and haphazard breeding of:

All were imported before 1922.

The Jamaica Brahman has been greatly influenced by the American Brahman since 1948.

You can also go to:

The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Reference
to see other breeds of cattle in the world.

My Daily Cow® Jamaica and read about other Jamaican cattle breeds.

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01
flank - (aka hind flank) the side of the body between the ribs and the hip.

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01

flank - (aka hind flank) the side of the body between the ribs and the hip.

The Goomsur is an authentic variety of the small to diminutive zebu cattle found in the southwest of Orissa. Despite being so small, they are usually used for work pulling carts.
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The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Referenceto see other breeds of cattle in the world.
My Daily Cow® India and read about other Indian cattle breeds.

The Goomsur is an authentic variety of the small to diminutive zebu cattle found in the southwest of Orissa. Despite being so small, they are usually used for work pulling carts.

You can also go to:

The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Reference
to see other breeds of cattle in the world.

My Daily Cow® India and read about other Indian cattle breeds.

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01
dewlap - loose skin hanging:
under the throat
or along the underside of the neck
or on the brisket
or from all of the above

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01

dewlap - loose skin hanging:

  • under the throat
  • or along the underside of the neck
  • or on the brisket
  • or from all of the above
The Florida Cracker (aka Florida Scrub, Florida Native) descended from Spanish Criollo cattle and belongs to the Criollo cattle group.
Criollo cattle: Northwestern Blond Iberian Spanish cattle became Canary Island cattle – some of which were brought by Columbus in 1493 to Santo Domingo (which is now the capitol of the Dominican Republic).
More and more cattle were brought by Spanish ships and these cattle then spread throughout the islands of the Caribbean and became known as Criollo cattle.
It was into Mexico in 1521 that Criollo cattle were brought to the mainland for the first time (supposedly from Santo Domingo) and it’s from Mexico that the Criollo then spread into the Americas.
Listen to and read the script for the Florida Cracker at Time For Cows®.
You can also go to:
The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Referenceto see other breeds of cattle in the world.
My Daily Cow® USA and read about other American cattle breeds.

The Florida Cracker (aka Florida Scrub, Florida Native) descended from Spanish Criollo cattle and belongs to the Criollo cattle group.

Criollo cattle: Northwestern Blond Iberian Spanish cattle became Canary Island cattle – some of which were brought by Columbus in 1493 to Santo Domingo (which is now the capitol of the Dominican Republic).

More and more cattle were brought by Spanish ships and these cattle then spread throughout the islands of the Caribbean and became known as Criollo cattle.

It was into Mexico in 1521 that Criollo cattle were brought to the mainland for the first time (supposedly from Santo Domingo) and it’s from Mexico that the Criollo then spread into the Americas.

Listen to and read the script for the Florida Cracker at Time For Cows®.

You can also go to:

The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Reference
to see other breeds of cattle in the world.

My Daily Cow® USA and read about other American cattle breeds.