No picture found

The Alderney was a breed of dairy cattle originating from the British Channel Island of Alderney though no longer found on the island. The pure breed is now extinct because of the nazis though hybrids still exist.

* Alderney pound * Alderney Railway * Andy Goldsworthy * Auregnais * Aurigny Air Services * Bailiwick * Banknote of Alderney * blockade 1
* Alentejana cattle * Aleutian wild cattle * American (cattle breed) * American White Park * Amerifax * Amsterdam Island cattle * Anatolian 2
Box 12 Folder 19 American Pomological Society Box 12 Folder 20 Amherst College Box 12 Folder 21 Appalachian Mountain Club Box 3
could easily have provided some of the blood types in today4
Guernsey cattle Jersey cattle Export Citation BiBTeX EndNote RefMan About Google Books - Privacy Policy - Terms of Service - Blog - Information for Publishers - Report an issue - 5
: consisting of Five Cows of three-years old, and Nine Heifers of two-years-old, and all with calves by their sides.6
Alderney, a breed of dairy cattle originating from the British Channel Island of Alderney, though no longer found on the islandwikipedia Southern Yellow cattle and Philippine Native cattle 7
although the cattle of this island were later referred to only as Jerseys. Jersey cattle were brought to the United States in the 1850's.8
and mown once or twice a year for hay. This helped to keep the grass short and allowed many small plants to flourish including Pyramidal Orchids by the hundred.9
and taking a lead in the annual village harvest. Between 1879 and 1895, there was a national agricultural depression due to bad weather and disease amongst livestock.10

are now extinct (the last few Alderneys were eaten by German Army soldiers during World War II). The story of the golden Guernsey begins around 1000 A.D.11
are occasionally mistaken for Ayrshires.12
in the development of Irish breeds. It is in word and I will try to convert to a format the blog likes.13
the reputation of being delicate creatures, only fit to adorn a gentleman`s park.14
to this country. He was a member and served as president of the Agricultural Society, resigning only the month before his death.15
were taken to Guernsey just before the German occupation of World War II, where unfortunately they were slaughtered for food.16
, thoroughbred and registered; 16 head of shorthorns; sold a few calves at an average price of $65 each, and 8 head of Ayrshires.17
, and the increasing interest shown in new dairying implements, have given the butter of the town a firmer hold in the estimation of metropolitan consumers. BIOGRAPHICAL. PHILO F.18
, Durham Ox, Kangeyam bull, Madura cattle, Tarentaise cattle, Canchim, Butana and Kenana cattle, Shetland cattle, Pembroke cattle, Carinthian Blondvieh, French Simmental, Chinese black pied, Holando-Argentino, Aosta cattle, Buša cattle, Belgian Red Cattle, Normande Cattle, Wangus, Armorican, Senepol, Brown Caucasian, Glan Cattle, Romagnola, Southern Yellow cattle and Philippine Native cattle, Black Pied Dairy Cattle, Harz Red mountain cattle, Lincoln Red, Maremmana, North Devon, Aure et Saint-Girons, Tasmanian Grey, Murnau-Werdenfels Cattle, Ennstal 19