History of the short-horn cattle their origin, progress and present condition. by Lewis F. Allen

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Published by Author in Buffalo, N.Y .

Written in English

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SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 10002.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination266 p.
Number of Pages266
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Open LibraryOL13556515M
OCLC/WorldCa10903349

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Inthe first herd book record was established by Shorthorn breeders called the Coates Herd Book. History of the short-horn cattle book In The American Shorthorn Herd Book was the first to be published in this country for any breed, with the formation of the American Shorthorn Association (ASA) following 26 years later in Start Date: Early History.

As with all cattle breeds the formation of the Shorthorn breed began with the desire to produce an improved animal with both the genotype and phenotype that would work in a specific farming situation or area often called a landrace.

There are early records of Shorthorn type cattle dating back to the ’s in on: Kurtz Road Dallas, OR, USA. Excerpt from History of Shorthorn Cattle The object has been to place on record as many facts as could be obtained regarding the work of the early breeders, and the development of the breed throughout the wide regions where it is by: 3.

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The importance of the Shorthorn breed in the development of other cattle breeds is enormous, and Shorthorn genetics have been used worldwide in the development of over 40 different breeds. The breed has a very long and distinguished history, and developments on both the beef and dairy sides have ensured that the breed also has a very bright future.

The importance of the Shorthorn breed in the development of other cattle breeds is enormous and Shorthorn genetics have been used worldwide in the development of over 40 different breeds.

The breed has a very long and distinguished history and developments on both the beef and dairy sides have ensured that the breed also has a very bright future. InHistory of the short-horn cattle book first Herd Book record was established by Shorthorn breeders and was called the Coates Herd Book.

The American Shorthorn Herd Book was the first to be published in this country for any breed and was started inwith the formation of the American Shorthorn Association following 26 years later in A compilation of Shorthorn history that essentially hits the highlights from the beginnings of the Shorthorn breed until the about Tremendous amount of information with a closing that discusses Shorthorns as a Dual Purpose breed and how to define success in the breeding of Shorthorn cattle.

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Redpath, - Shorthorn cattle - pages. Shorthorn was the first improved breed to be imported into the New World and the qualities the animal possessed made it in great demand and its influence spread rapidly across America.

Inthe American Shorthorn Herd Book was the first to be published in the USA for any breed. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

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The Shorthorn breed has a very long and colorful history with documentation of organized breeding and improvement efforts dating back over years. This pre-dates the recorded history of nearly all established cattle breeds.

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Short-horn cattle; a series of historical sketches, memoirs and records of the breed and its development in the United States and Canada. (Chicago, Sanders publishing co., ), by Alvin Howard Sanders (page images at HathiTrust) History of the short-horn cattle: their origin, process and present condition /.

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The Beef Shorthorn Cattle Society has a long and distinguished history featuring the world’s oldest herdbook established inreferred to as Coates Herd Book (Beef). Today, the Society’s main purpose is to maintain an accurate and up to date herdbook for the Beef Shorthorn population in the UK.

Lewis F. Allen, History of the Short-Horn Cattle (Buffalo, New York, ). Frank Reeves, The Story of the Highlands (Marfa, Texas: Highland Hereford Breeders Association, ).

Alvin H. Sanders, Short-Horn Cattle (Chicago: Sanders, ). Charles Schreiner III, "The Background and Development of Brahman Cattle in Texas," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 52 (April ). The Greek Shorthorn cows are a breed of cattle that are increased for both milk and meat production.

It is a rare cattle breed that is raised under extensive husbandry state in the regions of Read More Greek Shorthorn cattle breed information. [10], pp, light orange cloth covered boards w/black-red lettering & illustration.

The book presents information about operations concerning cattle breeding, pasture, fee, accidents and comparsion of geographic areas. It has history of the breeds, big spreads, absentee ownership, and the use of government land.

History of the short-horn cattle: their origin, progress and present condition by Lewis F. Allen,The author edition. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sinclair, James, History of Shorthorn cattle.

London, Vinton & Co., (OCoLC) Document Type. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Allen, Lewis F. (Lewis Falley), History of the short-horn cattle. Buffalo, N.Y.: The Author, History of the short-horn cattle: their origin, progress and present condition by Allen, Lewis F.

(Lewis Falley), The Shorthorn breed of cattle, which we know today, has evolved over the last two centuries, from Teeswater and Durham cattle found originally in the North East of England.

In the late 18th Century two brothers, Charles and Robert Colling started to improve these Durham cattle using line breeding techniques established so successfully by Robert. Since this lineage was ultimately in short supply in Great Britain some very high prices were paid to take cattle with Duchess pedigrees back to the "motherland".

There is a fascinating discussion about them and "The Sensation of '73" in Alvin H. Sanders book "Shorthorn Cattle". THIS book starts with a resume of the development of the Shorthorn breed and more particularly of the work' of Thomas Bates of Kirklevington. A chapter deals with the historic exportations to U.

and their return to England after the New York Mills Sale inwhen £ was paid for the Tenth Duchess of Geneva.

It was in the nineties of last century, when agricultural prices had fallen. The book initially contained cows and bulls it was published as Coates’s Herd Book and became the first ever pedigree herd book for cattle in the world.

The Shorthorn Society of Great Britain and Ireland was founded in and to this day they still publish the Coates Herd Book. Shorthorn, cattle breed raised for beef.

The Shorthorn was developed during the last quarter of the 18th century through selective breeding of local cattle of the Teeswater district, Durham county, in the north of England. It is characterized by short horns, blocky conformation, and colour ranging.

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First published inthis important insight into the early breeding of Shorthorn Cattle in America, has not seen the light of day since its early publication. Inthe first herd book record was established by Shorthorn breeders called the Coates Herd Book.

In The American Shorthorn Herd Book was the first to be published in this country for any breed, with the formation of the American Shorthorn Association (ASA) following 26 years later in Inthe English Kerry and Dexter Cattle Society changed its purpose to the exclusive one of promoting Dexter cattle and adopted the title of the “Dexter Cattle Society” in Volume 25 of their Herd Book.

Herd Book Vol inshowed that bulls and 3, cows had been recorded since the foundation of the English herd book in Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burrows, George T. History of dairy shorthorn cattle. [London]: Vinton, (OCoLC) Document Type.

In his book History of the Shorthorn Cattle (published in ), he states: "In the earliest history of them we find that cloudy, smoky, or even black noses in the Short-Horns were frequent, and some of the most distinguished breeders had more or less of them among their best animals dark noses are inherent in the race, cropping out, now.

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(Lewis Falley), Publication date Topics Shorthorn. The Beef Shorthorn Cattle Society (Head Office) The Old Dairy and Ten Stall Lamport Manor, Old Road, Lamport Northamptonshire NN6 9HF, UK.

T: E: [email protected] The Beef Shorthorn Cattle Society (Registrations) Society Pavilion, Avenue M Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth Warwickshire CV8 2RG, UK. T: Order your American Angus Association History Book "A Historic Angus Journey - The American Angus Association, ," This first-ever published history of the American Angus Association walks the reader through years of Angus history leading up to the 21st century.Sanders, Alvin Howard, Short-horn cattle: a series of historical sketches, memoirs and records of the breed and its development in the United States and Canada, with an appendix bringing the record down through the opening years of the twentieth century / (Chicago: Sanders, [c]) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).

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