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" ... and more mixed and marbled than that of the short-horns, in weighing more in proportion to their size, and in giving richer milk; but they are inferior to the short-horns, in giving a less quantity of milk, in weighing less upon the whole, in affording... "
Observations on Live Stock: Containing Hints for Choosing and Improving the ... - Page 79
by George Culley - 1807 - 274 pages
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Georgical Essays, Volume 4

Alexander Hunter - Agriculture - 1803
...that the longhorns excel in the thicknefs and firm texture of the hide, in the length and closenefs of the hair, in their beef being finer grained and...they are inferior to the short-horns, in giving a lefs quantity of milk, in weighing lefs upon the whole, in affording lefs tallow when killed, in being...
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The complete grazier; or Farmer's and cattle breeder's and dealers assistant ...

Thomas Hartwell Horne - Agriculture - 1830 - 655 pages
...the hair, in their beef being finer grained and more mixed and marbled than that of the short horns, in weighing more in proportion to their size, and...giving richer milk ; but they are inferior to the short horns, in giving a less quantity of milk, in weighing less upon the whole, in affording less...
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the farmer's register, a monthly publication devoted to the improvement of ...

edmund ruffin - 1835
...the hair, in their beef being finer grained and more mixed and marbled than that of the short horns, in weighing more in proportion to their size, and...in giving richer milk; but they are inferior to the short horns, in giving a less quantity of milk, in weighing less upon the whole, in affording less...
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The Farmer's School Book

John Orville Taylor - Agricultural education - 1837 - 238 pages
...the hair, in their beef being finer grained and more mixed and marbled than that of the short horns, in weighing more in proportion to their size, and...in giving richer milk. But they are inferior to the short horns, in giving a less quantity of milk, in weighing less upon the whole, in affording less...
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Essays on Practical Agriculture: Including His Prize Essays, Carefully Revised

Adam Beatty - Agriculture - 1844 - 293 pages
...says, probably the reasons why they are tenderer than all the other kinds except the Alderney." 29 he long-horns excel in the thickness and firm texture...in weighing more in proportion to their size, and giving richer milk. But they are inferior to the short horns in giving a less quantity of milk, in...
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THE AMERICAN REFORMED CATTLE DOCTOR

G.H. DADD, M.D. - 1851
...DIFFERENT BREEDS OF COWS. Mr. Culley, in speaking of the relative value of long and short horns, says, " The long-horns excel in the thickness and firm texture...in weighing less upon the whole, in affording less fat when killed, in being generally slower feeders, in being coarser made, and more leathery or bullish...
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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, Volume 2

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society - Agriculture - 1853
...the closeness and length of the hair, in their beef being finer grained, and more marbled and mixed than that of the short-horns, in weighing more in...but they are inferior to the short-horns, in giving less milk, in weighing less upon the whole, in affording less tallow when killed, in being slower feeders,...
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Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, Volume 2

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society - Agriculture - 1853
...the closeness and length of the hair, in their beef being finer grained, and more marbled and mixed than that of the short-horns, in weighing more in...but they are inferior to the short-horns, in giving less milk, in weighing less upon the whole, in affording less tallow when killed, in being slower feeders,...
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A History of the Earth and Animated Nature, Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - Natural history - 1856
...firm texture of the hide, in the length tnil closeness of the hair, in their beef being finerDrained, and more mixed and marbled than that of the short-horns, in weighing more in proportion to their iiť, and in giving richer milk ; but they are inferior to the short-horns, in giving a less quantity...
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A History of the Earth and Animated Nature ...: With Numerous ..., Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - Physical geography - 1857
...firm texture of the hide, in the length and closeness of the hair, in their beef being finergrained, and more mixed and marbled than that of the short-horns,...less upon the whole, in affording less tallow when killed, in being generally slower feeders, and in being coarser made and more leathery or bullish in...
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