Scottish highland cow
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Surveying the countryside for greens to graze, Scottish Highland Cattle stand with a long coat and long horns.
Found in folds instead of herds, Scottish Highland cattle were first bred in the country with which it shares its name. Developed from reddish and black stock, this breed can be seen with black, yellow, red, or a mixture of fur colors. Originally living in a harsh climate, Scottish Highland cattle are prized for their hardiness and willingness to eat what other cattle avoid. Today, these cattle can be seen on many continents including Australia and America.
Fun Facts: Keeping warm under wavy fur, this breed of cattle is known for lean meat.