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  • n. Plural form of Hereford.

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Examples

  • Of course there's page after page of Singer Roadsters, Austin Herefords and Bristol 401s, but, as now, it's the property pages that make me go cross-eyed.

    A Drive in the Country

  • Risbury Court, which has been farmed since 1843, is a picturesque spot: it covers 260 acres and the family runs 60 cows, mostly pedigree Herefords, and 320 ewes of differing breeds.

    The new breed of young farmer: Richard Thomas, Herefordshire

  • And what a perfect description of cows: “Herefords and Devons with placid faces and round heads, but still with that otherworldly look cattle have, that sense of having just patiently waddled in from some long-ago.”

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » NATURAL MAGIC: inspiration from the animal world

  • And there, there, bearing down on me, is a great mob of cattle, not hairy, not horned, it is true, for they are Herefords and Devons with placid faces and round heads, but still with that otherworldly look cattle have, that sense of having just patiently waddled in from some long-ago.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » NATURAL MAGIC: inspiration from the animal world

  • Today, the National Park Service maintains LBJ's spread as a working ranch, complete with a herd of cattle descended from the Herefords Johnson bred.

    A Brief History of Presidential Vacations

  • We had the nicest visits about cattle, in particular, Herefords (the best kind, of course), family, veterinarians, and Bud (R's deceased husband).

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • I thought your Herefords were sheep, because of the way the snow was clumped up on them.

    Gumbo Lily

  • And we raise Herefords, not milk cows, but the ancestry is all the same.

    Yep, it's that time of year again......

  • A 10-year survey suggests that in many parts of the American West, the grizzled, leathery rancher riding the range to take care of his cattle and make a buck is being replaced by wealthy "amenity" owners who fly in on weekends, fish in their private trout ponds and often prefer roaming elk to Herefords.

    Six word story

  • Her daddy put one of the Buicks in a pasture at his farm, a pasture without Herefords in it, and made her practice shifting and braking until, as he put it, she was unlikely to kill anyone on the public highway.

    Dream State

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