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" There is another breed which appears to be a cross between the two already mentioned, and which we esteem the best of all. A great number of milch cows of this sort are kept in Nidderdale... "
General View of the Agriculture of the County of the West Riding of ... - Page 33
by Great Britain. Board of Agriculture - 1794 - 140 pages
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A review of the reports to the Board of agriculture, Volume 1

William Humphrey Marshall - 1808
...side of the Riding, and are distinguished by the names of the Durham, Holderness, or Dutch breeds. 2. The long horned or Craven breed, which are both bred...These are a hardy sort of cattle, and constitutionally stitutionally disposed to undergo the vicissitudes of a wet and precarious climate. 3. There is another...
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The Beauties of England and Wales: Or Delineations, Topographical ...

John Britton, John Hodgson - Architecture - 1812 - 658 pages
...short-honied or Holderness breed, which prevails in the eastern part of the Riding ;J second, the long-horned or Craven breed, which are both bred and fed in the western parts ; and third, a cross breed between the two abovementioned. Cows of the short-horned breed, afford the greatest...
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Yorkshire; or, Original delineations ... of that county

John Bigland - 1815
...short-horned or Holderness breed, which prevails in thr eastern part, of the Riding;! second, the long-horned or Craven breed, -which are both bred and fed in the western parts ; and third, a cross breed between the two abovementioned. Cows of the short-horned breed, afford the greatest...
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A New and Complete History of the County of York, Volume 1

Thomas Allen - Yorkshire (England) - 1889
...first the short horned or Holderness breed, which prevails in the eastern parts of the riding ; second, the long horned, or Craven breed, which are both bred and fed in the western parts ; and third, a cross breed, between the two above mentioned. Cows of the short horned breed, afford the greatest...
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Studies in Nidderdale

Joseph Lucas (F.G.S.) - 1882
...and are distinguishable by the names of the Durham, Holderness, or Dutch breed. 2.—The Long-horned or Craven breed, which are both bred and fed in the...neighbouring County of Lancashire. These are a hardy sort'of cattle, and constitutionally disposed to undergo the vicissitudes of a wet and precarious climate....
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