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... The history of Limousin cattle begins in the period known as the Pleistocene (2.6 million to 12,000 years ago), when many megafauna roamed the Earth before becoming extinct from environmental pressures such as ... megafuana that survived until the 17th century was the aurochs, the distant ancestor of modern cattle ... Eurasian aurochs were also domesticated into cattle breeds of European form (Bos taurus, also known as Bos primigenius taurus) commencing about 8,000 years ago in a region known as the Fertile Crescent in ...
... out on the range and bringing together the scattered cattle ... All cattle would be sorted, roped, and branded, and most male cattle were castrated ... Later, cattle also needed to be dehorned and examined and treated for infections ...
Famous quotes containing the words cattle and/or european:
“A man shall perhaps rush by and trample down plants as high as his head, and cannot be said to know that they exist, though he may have cut many tons of them, littered his stables with them, and fed them to his cattle for years. Yet, if he ever favorably attends to them, he may be overcome by their beauty.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“England is nothing but the last ward of the European madhouse, and quite possibly it will prove to be the ward for particularly violent cases.”
—Leon Trotsky (18791940)