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2012-05-08 23:01:46

According to Montana Ranchers, confirming historical statistics, Grass-Fed Angus Beef calves typically gain 1.5— 1.9 pounds per day from birth to maturity, while Angus beef calves fed a diet rich in nutritional food supplements such as corn and soya beans typically gain an average of 2.0 — 2.5 pounds per day. Mr. Trivedi´s Grass-Fed calves gained an average of 4.5 pounds per day over a period of only twenty days. Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) May 07, 2012 Mahendra Trivedi is...

Dinosaur Farts May Have Caused Prehistoric Warming
2012-05-07 08:58:22

Brett Smith for RedOrbit.com Dinosaurs may have had a silent, but deadly effect on their climate according to new research by scientists at two UK universities. The study, published in the May 8 edition of Current Biology, compared the digestion-related methane production of Mesozoic-era sauropods to modern cows in an attempt to determine a possible impact as the gas ripped into their prehistoric environment. "A simple mathematical model suggests that the microbes living in sauropod...

2012-04-29 23:02:03

Do you really want that burger? Check out these vegetarian beef substitutions guaranteed to be 100-percent mad cow disease free. Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) April 28, 2012 When mad cow disease strikes, it tends to make red meat enthusiasts a little nervous. Now that the latest case has struck, AloeVera.com is publishing a list of vegetarian beef alternatives that will help readers stay safe and enjoy great meals. Recent advancements in vegetarian cuisine have given rise to a whole new product...

USDA On The Hunt For Offspring Of BSE-infected Cow
2012-04-26 13:30:59

Lawrence LeBlond for RedOrbit.com After tests this week confirmed BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy) in a dead dairy cow from a California farm, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) went on the manhunt, or cowhunt, for any offspring the dead animal may have had, stating they could also carry the fatal brain-eating disease. But while USDA officials say there is evidence that the disease can be passed on from a mother to their calf, John Clifford, the agency´s chief...

California Mad Cow Case Poses No Threat To Humans
2012-04-25 09:14:40

Lawrence LeBlond for RedOrbit.com The first case of “mad cow” disease in six years has cropped up on a California dairy farm after health and food experts discovered the disease in a dead cow, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) confirmed on Tuesday. Officials are calling the discovery a stroke of luck because tests are performed on only a small percentage of dead animals that are sent to the transfer facility in Hansford, California. “We randomly pick a number...

DNA Traces Cattle Back To Ancient Times
2012-03-28 11:52:54

A new genetic study confirms that modern domesticated cattle are descended from 80 domesticated wild oxen in the Near East over 10,500 years ago. Scientists from CNRS, the National Museum of Natural History in France, the University of Mainz in Germany, and University College London (UCL) in the UK performed the study by extracting DNA from the bones of extracted domestic cattle found in Iran. These sites are believed to date back to the invention of farming and the area where cattle first...


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Carinthian Blondvieh Cattle
2014-07-14 12:04:00

The Carinthian Blondvieh is a breed of cattle native to Carinthia, Austria. It is believed to be descendents of the Slovenian cattle which were bred with Gelbvieh cattle to form the Carinthian Blondvieh. Last population count was in 2005 with 524 cows and 40 bulls. A steady increase from the previous count of 421 cows and 42 bulls in 2002. The Carinthian Blondvieh is usually white or pale yellow in color. The horns, mouth and hooves are also pale. The cow can weigh 1,100 to 1,300 pounds...

Caracu Cattle
2014-07-14 11:57:22

The Caracu is a breed of cattle that originated in Brazil. It was developed as a dual purpose cattle utilizing both its meat for beef products and milk for dairy products. Its origin can be traced back to the Minhota, sometime in the mid-1500s. Many hardships from disease to harsh condition made it difficult to raise cattle. The first herd book was established in 1916. In 1980, new breeding techniques and genetic improvements has accelerated the evolution and performance of the Caracu. It...

Canchim Cattle
2014-07-14 11:50:01

The Canchim is a breed of beef cattle that originated in Central Brazil. Development began by breeding native herds with Zebu Cattle during the early 1900s. The Ministry of Agriculture imported the Charolais to Goias in 1922. In 1936, the cattle were transported to Sao Carlos to a farm on the Government Research Station. This is where the original Canchim was developed. Other breeding programs were initiated in 1940 with 64 percent Charolias and 36 percent Zebu and another with 64...

Canadienne Cattle
2014-07-14 11:38:56

The Canadienne is a breed of dairy cattle that originated in Canada during the 1600s. It also goes by the names Black Canadienne, French Canadienne and Black Jersey and are the only dairy cattle developed in Canada. It is believed the Canadienne is decedents of the Guernsey, Jersey and Kerry cattle breeds. In 1850 the majority of the cattle were Canadienne so breeding of them was discouraged. In 1886, a herd book was established and the French Canadian Cattle Breeder’s Association was...

Canadian Speckle Park Cattle
2014-07-14 11:28:41

The Canadian Speckle Park is a breed of cattle native to the province of Saskatchewan, Canada and one of only a few breeds of cattle developed there. It is a new breed, officially recognized in 2006 by the Canadian government. The breed association was formed in 1985 with the breed being exported to the United States and Australia. The breed's development began in the 1950s by crossbreeding a roan Shorthorn heifer and a Black Angus bull. The offspring became spotted and a new breed was...

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