Galloway

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a district in southwestern Scotland

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breed of hardy black chiefly beef cattle native to Scotland

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If so, you may have spotted Belted Galloway cattle.
National Trust ranger Craig Best will oversee the release of 35 Belted Galloways (left) |to help keep Marsden Moor sustainable despite threats from grasses and fires (above) JS*70000625
CUTLINE: (PHOTO) Brian Ashworth, co-owner with his wife, Susan, of Glenrock Farm in Westboro, stands with his black and white Belted Galloway cows.
Often referred to as "Oreo cattle," the Belted Galloway is a strikingly attractive breed, but don't let its beauty fool you.
Operation Bully Beef with a strike-force comprised of the Queen's Own Aberdeen Angus, the First Belted Galloways and the Liver-and-Lights Brigade?
Herefords, Belted Galloways and Aberdeen Angus do well in this dramatic, often wild landscape dominated by purple-clad moorlands in late summer, gentler green dales, trees and old lead mines.
I first saw a herd of Belted Galloways around 1983 in East Texas.
He has his own herd of native breeds - Welsh Blacks, Blue Greys, Belted Galloways, Highland, Luings and a couple of rare old White cattle he bought recently, all of which run with a Beef Shorthorn bull.
He has his own herd of good looking native breeds - Welsh Blacks, Blue Greys, Belted Galloways, Highland, Luings and a couple of rare old White cattle he bought recently, all of which run with a Beef Shorthorn bull.
When Clancy the cow was born, his parents were shocked - Clancy belonged to a herd of Belted Galloways, but Clancy had no belt of white around his middle.
Starting with the Simmental breed on the last Friday in April, the bull sales continued with Limousin, Charolais, Blonde Aquitaine, British Blues, Belted Galloways, Aberdeen Angus, Beef Shorthorn, Hereford and South Devons.
However, I live on a 15-acre property in Eastern Ontario and I keep a few Belted Galloways on the property to clean up the weeds and ditches, and find that they live in harmony with the property around them.