Saturday, October 24, 2015


Wolfboro, NH 2015

I'm not sure what variety of bull this is, but he didn't seem to mind posing for me.


  1. This is a Scottish Highland bull. He is just wondering if you are within range of those horns. These cattle are usually raised for meat which is tasty and low in cholesterol and thus gaining in popularity. The cows give a milk which is high in butterfat, but few dairies have Highland cows. This bread is becoming more popular in the U.S. Their long, wavy hair makes them resistant to cold winters, but they don't tolerate heat well.

    1. Thanks for the information, Jeff. I'm not surprised that you knew. Looks like a perfect breed for New Hampshire.

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    1. What I don't know would fill a whole library. But I'm a Midwesterner so agriculture and machinery just comes naturally.