CATTLE
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CACHENA
CANADIENNE
CANARY ISLAND
CANCHIM
CARINTHIAN BLOND
CAUCASIAN
CHANNI
CHARBRAY
CHAROLAIS
CHIANGUS
CHIANINA
CHINAMPO
CHINESE BLACK&WHITE
CHOLISTANI
CORRIENTE
COSTEÑO CON CUERNOS
DAJAL
DAMASCUS
DAMIETTA
DANISH JERSEY
DANSIH RED
DANGI
DEONI
DEVON
DEXTER
DHANNI
DØLAFE
DRAKENSBERGER

GERMAN RED PIED

 
Also known by: Deutshe Rotbunte (German), Rotbuntes Niederungsvieh (German)


Development of the German Red Pied occurred simultaneously in several regions of Germany during the 1800's.  In 1934 Meuse-Rhine-Yssel blood was introduced and the regional German Red Pied herdbooks were combined. 

Since that time the breed has slowly expanded until it was the third most number breed in the late 1970s.

These cattle are similar to, but somewhat sturdier than, Dutch Red-Pied.  Predominately red animals are preferred.  The cows average 135 cm in height and weigh 700 kg.  Bulls are 145 cm and average 1,000 kg in weight.

Reference:

Genus Bos: Cattle Breeds of the World, 1985, MSO-AGVET (Merck & Co., Inc.), Rahway, N.J.

Mason, I.L. 1996. A World Dictionary of Livestock Breeds, Types and Varieties. Fourth Edition. C.A.B International. 273 pp.

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BREEDS
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DROUGHTMASTER
DULONG
DUTCH BELTED
DUTCH FRIESIAN
EAST ANATOLIAN RED
ENDERBY ISLAND
ENGLISH LONGHORN
ESTONIAN RED
EVOLÈNE
FIGHTING BULL
FJALL
FLORIDA CRACKER
GALICIAN BLOND
GALLOWAY
GAOLAO
GASCON
GELBRAY
GELBVIEH
GERMAN ANGUS
GERMAN RED PIED
GIR
GLAN
GLOUCESTER
GREEK SHORTHORN
GRONINGEN WHITEHEAD
GUERNSEY
GUZERAT