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Looks to me like a Charolais crossed with some red or yellow hided critter.
 

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tinknal said:
Looks to me like a Charolais crossed with some red or yellow hided critter.
Charolais was my first guess too, because they do raise beef as well, but my sister says her sire was a scotch highland and the mother a Jersey.....I think she will look real funny in the milk barn when she is older.....
 

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She looks more golden that that in the picture.

She should be a very good milk cow though.

Both those breeds are good milkers.
 

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sugarbush said:
Charolais was my first guess too, because they do raise beef as well, but my sister says her sire was a scotch highland and the mother a Jersey.....I think she will look real funny in the milk barn when she is older.....
Yeah, now that you mention it I can see that.
 

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luvrulz said:
Lexington gets that much snow? I am not too far from there and we've never (til now!) seen that much snow! Nice photos!!
Uhhh no......I am a transplant, the pics are my sister's farm in Vermont.....her calf also..... the farm's for sale, but will probably be sold to a developer for condos.....mountian in the background is Burke mountian, ski resort. They will be moving their milking operation to a less desirable farm after the sale.
 
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