from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Holstein.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A breed of dairy cattle from North Holland and Friesland; they have a black and white color to their fur.
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- n. a breed of dairy cattle from northern Holland
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Holstein-Friesian cows and White Leghorn chickens.
A study, for example, on the suitability of crossings of local breeds and Holstein-Friesian or Jerseys in Bangladesh for use as work animals showed that crosses as opposed to local breeds achieved a greater pulling capacity and did not demonstrate any difficulty in adapting to the climate, but they were not adapted to the smallholder structures in Bangladesh.
Now veterinarians at the University of Florida are attempting to transplant water buffalo embryos into both zebu and Holstein-Friesian cattle, and vice versa.
Hard Wheat and Holstein-Friesian cattle; and that the stores in
And the fat one has the most peaceful face I ever saw outside of a pasture, with a reg'lar Holstein-Friesian set of eyes, -- the round, calm, thoughtless kind.
Holstein-Friesian het belangrijkste koeienras in Nederland en het meest verspreide melkveeras in de wereld.
De zwartbonte koeien worden "Holstein-Friesian" genoemd en de
Holstein-Friesian bestaat uit twee kleuren; zwartbont en roodbont.
Holstein-Friesian cattle are usually called Holstein.
Holstein-Friesian is a breed of large dairy cattle originating in northern Holland and
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