shorthorns

[ shawrt-hawrn ]SEE DEFINITION OF shorthorns
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHORTHORNS

I know that the breeders of Shorthorns will scrutinise my statements carefully.

Mr Stronach of Ardmellie was a successful breeder of shorthorns.

Their fame is European; they own the largest herds of shorthorns in the world.

Devons, shorthorns and Herefords are the most common breeds of cattle.

None of the boys who had gone after the Shorthorns had returned.

I turned out nearly all my shorthorns to graze on the low pastures.

On other points he's as level-headed as a breeder of shorthorns, which is what he happens to be.

Shorthorns are now to be found in almost every part of the United Kingdom, capable of maintaining heavy stock.

Shorthorns breed early, whilst the mountain varieties are seldom in calf before they are three years old.

Then, one day Hampton came galloping through the herds of shorthorns, seeking Carson.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SHORTHORNS

cattle

nounbovine animals
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