I had never heard of them until I saw the story about them in the June/July 2004 Farm & Ranch Living magazine. It was really quite interesting. They go back to biblical times. It was a great article. I wrote to the editor of the farm & ranch living asking for a link to that particular article and am awaiting a reply back. If I receive that I will post it.uncle Will in In. said:Inquiring minds want to know. What is a Linebacker cow? I have seen HerfordxCharlious(sp) cows breed to an angus bull that had black calves with a white stripe down their back and tail. Are Linebackers something like that?
Sounds like a good description of a Jersey!rhfarr said:"Linebacks have a reputation for producing large volumes of milk with good protein and fat ratios. They are also known for their longevity, strong legs and feet, good udder form and calm personalities."