Icelandic cattle
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Icelandic cattle are a breed of cattle native to Iceland. Cattle originally came to Iceland with settlers around 1000 AD. Icelandic cows are an especially colorful breed. Icelandic cows have been genetically isolated for centuries but are most closely related to a breed in Norway called Blacksided Trender and Nordland Cattle. They are have been protected by strict disease-prevention measures.

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were themselves physically altered to look like the newcomers (possibly in an attempt at Lamarckian breeding), thereby taking them out of the legal and economic 2
date from as far back as the Tenth Century and are of Norse origin; they are 86 percent polled. They are red or red-and-white and there are also some which are brown, black, grey, white, pied and brindle.3
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Icelandic cattle are a breed of cattle native to Iceland. Indo-Brazilian Indo-Brazilian cattle are a Zebu beef breed developed in Brazil from Gir, Kankrej and Ongole cattle brought from India.16
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