As of 2014, there are as many as 13 different breeds of dairy cattle found throughout the world. Six of these breeds, the Holstein, the Jersey, the Ayrshire, the Brown Swiss, the Guernsey and the Milking Shorthorn, are t... More »

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Hereford cattle can be identified by their white faces and red bodies; because of this coloration, the breed is also called whiteface. Herefords may also have patches of white on their chests, flanks, bellies, lower legs... More »

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Brahman cattle have high heat tolerance, exhibit pest resistance and often have longer life spans that other cattle breeds. Many of their unique adaptations are due to the breed originating in India. More »

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Brahman cattle have high heat tolerance, exhibit pest resistance and often have longer life spans that other cattle breeds. Many of their unique adaptations are due to the breed originating in India. More »

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Some breeds of cow that have horned females include the common Jersey breed, Holstein cattle, Highland cattle and Kerry dairy cattle. A complete listing of breeds with horned females would be a listing of every horned br... More »

Both cows and bulls of many cattle breeds have horns, including Ayrshires, Jerseys and Herefords. The shapes and lengths of cows' horns vary by breed. More »

Bulls and other cattle live around the world on farms, grasslands and pastures; some wild cattle also live in the woods. On farms, most bulls are castrated and slaughtered for their meat before they turn 3 years old. The... More »