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  • n. Plural form of Friesian.


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  • A1 cows include the black and white breeds like Holsteins and Friesians.

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  • On the menu cauliflower soup is first referred to as Crème du Barry – Comtesse du Barry, mistress of Louis XV, was obsessed by cauliflower – and the dishes are rich with the likes of duck confit, chicken livers and sauces mounted with enough cream to put a herd of Friesians on overtime.

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  • Harriet found it difficult to reconcile the sleepy little town they had just left with the flat shores protected from the sea by the dykes built so patiently by the Friesians over the centuries.

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  • Mr Gow said: The auroch was extinct, but domestic descendents – Friesians, Simmentals and everything else – were still kicking around the countryside.

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  • For the rest of us, there will be a visit to some demeaning Orwellian Room where a menial Jobsworth will take your DNA sample and issue you with your chip, just like Farmer Giles 'herd of prize Friesians.

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  • Then again, I have implied that insects breed flowers for high nectar yield, like dairymen breeding massively uddered Friesians.


  • The milk for my new discovery came from Jersey cows, which the family keeps alongside its Friesians, the classic cheddar cow.

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  • And my neighbor, Martin Greenway's 200 Friesians are being milked.

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  • But I'll bet Friesians still have S. bovis beat in better-tasting cheese.

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  • As he walked towards the older man, the younger stopped what he was doing and leaned against the massive hindquarters of one of his Friesians, arms folded across his chest.

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