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 Greece’s mountain areas.
Along with meat and milk production, the breed is also used for draft functions in it area.
Greek Shorthorn cattle breed information
The Greek Shorthorn cattle are modest sized creatures and are of the Iberian kind. They are generally grey-blond to dark brown in colour, similar to the Albania and also Busa.
They have little head and bulls and cows have horns. Their horns are thin and very short. The colour of their nostril, mucous of the hoofs and the mouth are generally black.
Normal body elevation of the Shorthorn bulls is approximately 97 cm for the cows, and roughly 114 cm.
The cows on weight around 200 kg. And the bulls on typical weight about 300 kg.
Greek Shorthorn cattle benefits
Greek Shorthorn cattle are largely a dual-purpose creature. They’re raised for meat and meat production. But the breed is fairly good for draft purposes.
They Greek Shorthorn cattle smaller sized creatures, but they are extremely strong and active in comparison with their body size.
They are very great for quality meat manufacturing, and the cows are good for milk production.
They are used for draft purposes in their place.
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