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Cattle Bos primigenius Shoulder height 1-1.5m Male (bull) is larger and stockier than female (cow). In many breeds, both sexes have horns; those of male are usually larger than female’s. Juvenile (calf) resembles a small, hornless adult with cleaner coat. Bulls bellow. Breeds of dairy Cattle include Friesian, Guernsey, Jersey and Dairy Shorthorn. Breeds of beef cattle include Aberdeen Angus, Highland, Devon, Sussex, Hereford and Beef Shorthorn. Dual-purpose breeds include Belted Galloway and Red Devon.
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