Complicating the picture, however, was the South Wales Welsh breed
Launched this week, the Hope Rescue campaign is offering free neutering and spaying for any Bull Breed
or Bull Breed
cross until the end of February.
If it were just a simple matter of numbers, more than a few of the off-the-wall breeds
might qualify, but the true meaning of "rare breed
" goes much deeper than that.
A HOME-BRED shearling tup born and bred in Northumberland was named overall Breed
Champion at this year's Great Yorkshire Show.
In the southern United States, Eastern Spadefoots breed
any time of year, whereas further north breeding activity is restricted to the warmer months.
Their DNA is prone to rapid mutation within just a few generations, allowing humans to quickly alter a breed
's characteristics with great specificity or create an entirely new breed
, Wulian, does not have pedigree records, so the samples were randomly collected.
Some old-fashioned breeds
of farmyard animals didn't breed
easily, for instance, or didn't have good mothering instincts.
1 : to produce or increase (animals or plants) by sexual reproduction <Ranchers breed
cattle for market.
Easy to breed
, house and ship, these mice are almost generic research tools.
But if demand for bagels increases and its population swells, the dog may be recognized as an official breed
, or a group of organisms descended from common ancestors.
Sahiwal cow is considered as the best breed
in Pakistan and globally, it remained a champion in All India Cattle Show from 1939-1941 with a peak yield of 25.
/nederlandse-kooikerhondje/detail/#4) almost went extinct in the 1930s but the breed
I always enjoy reading the articles every issue, especially those that feature a specific breed
of gun dog.
According to The Livestock Conservancy, a heritage chicken is hatched from a heritage egg sired by an American Association Standard breed
established prior to the mid-20th century.