My Daily Cow
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.

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01
rear ribs - the ribs at the back of the rib cage, at the midpoint of the body.

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01

rear ribs - the ribs at the back of the rib cage, at the midpoint of the body.

The Murboden (aka Slovenian; Murbodner and Murboden-Mürztaler and Steirer in German; Pomurska and Svetlolista and Pomurska govece and Pšenična in Slovenian) is an authentic triple purpose breed used for dairy/beef and vegetation management.
You can also go to:
The Cow Wall® of Austria
My Daily Cow® Austria and read about other Austrian cattle breeds.

The Murboden (aka Slovenian; Murbodner and Murboden-Mürztaler and Steirer in German; Pomurska and Svetlolista and Pomurska govece and Pšenična in Slovenian) is an authentic triple purpose breed used for dairy/beef and vegetation management.

You can also go to:

The Cow Wall® of Austria

My Daily Cow® Austria and read about other Austrian cattle breeds.

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01
chine - the portion of the back measured from the withers to mid-back (length of the thoracic spine).

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01

chine - the portion of the back measured from the withers to mid-back (length of the thoracic spine).

The Highland (aka Scottish Highland, Kiloe, Kyloe, West Highland, Scotch Highland) is a small, shaggy breed with long horns and is believed to be descended from Celtic runts from as far back as the 13th century.
You can also go to:
The Cow Wall® of Scotland
My Daily Cow® Scotland and read about other Scottish cattle breeds.

The Highland (aka Scottish Highland, Kiloe, Kyloe, West Highland, Scotch Highland) is a small, shaggy breed with long horns and is believed to be descended from Celtic runts from as far back as the 13th century.

You can also go to:

The Cow Wall® of Scotland

My Daily Cow® Scotland and read about other Scottish cattle breeds.

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The Mpwapwa (aka Indo-African Zebu) originated from crossing the Tanzanian Zebu mainly with the Sahiwal and the Red Sindhi.

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® Tanzania and read about other Tanzanian cattle breeds.

The Dishley belongs to the Longhorn cattle group.
The Dishley is an improved Longhorn breed that was developed through careful selection and inbreeding under the direction of Robert Bakewell of Leicestershire in the mid-1700’s.
You can also go to:
The Cow Wall® of England
The Cow Wall® of Irelend
My Daily Cow® England and Ireland and read about other English and Irish cattle breeds.

The Dishley belongs to the Longhorn cattle group.

The Dishley is an improved Longhorn breed that was developed through careful selection and inbreeding under the direction of Robert Bakewell of Leicestershire in the mid-1700’s.

You can also go to:

The Cow Wall® of England

The Cow Wall® of Irelend

My Daily Cow® England and Ireland and read about other English and Irish cattle breeds.

My Daily Cow – Cow Glossary
cow-hocked - condition found in livestock animals where the hind leg hock joints (when viewed from behind) are turned inward and are too close together, resulting in a splaying (turning out) of the back hoofs; like being knock-kneed (except only in the hind legs).

My Daily Cow – Cow Glossary

cow-hocked - condition found in livestock animals where the hind leg hock joints (when viewed from behind) are turned inward and are too close together, resulting in a splaying (turning out) of the back hoofs; like being knock-kneed (except only in the hind legs).

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01
fetlock - (aka fetlock joint) the joint between the cannon bone and the pastern on the foot; a tuft of hair growing on this joint.

My Daily Cow – Cow Parts 01

fetlock - (aka fetlock joint) the joint between the cannon bone and the pastern on the foot; a tuft of hair growing on this joint.