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! bgcolor=" pink" colspan=" 2" | Name binominal Boss taurus
or Boss primigenius taurus,
or Boss primigenius F. taurus
Linnaeus, 1758 |----- |----- | Origin | France, department of the Gironde |----- | Diffusion | Local, preserved race |----- | Size | Average |----- | Dress | Black magpie |----- | Use | Mixed |----- |} The of Bordeaux one is a French Race Bovin E .
Origin and manpower
This race is originating in the Gironde. Traditionally, this race was high in the palus of the Gironde (wetland between the wine river and slopes) and provided Bordeaux out of milk and butter. Its decline with started at the 19th century. The arrival of the Railroad with license to supply themselves further out of dairy produce and to sell the wine well. Even the palus, however not very wine, were planted, driving out the breedings in the zones of poor sands of the north of the the Dordogne. A genealogical register was open in 1898.
L' membership of this race to a branch is unknown, but it presents resemblances to races come from any other region:
EN 2001, 19 females were listed, but since, the number believes with the protection plan initiated by the academy of the races of Aquitaine. In May 2005, eight males were available to the reproduction at station MIDATEST.
It is of intermediate size, of black black and white dress. The head and the members are always black. The distribution of the spots is localized on the back, the belly and the back part of the sides. It is mottled (standard beyrette) or is mouchetée (standard pigaillé). Its short horns are of dark color.
Les current individuals has a general morphology which points out to the French Friesian black magpie. The old crossings are not foreign there.
It is good milker. Formerly, its butter was famous. The weakness of manpower does not make it possible to market of product 100% resulting from this race. The current goal is to recreate an enough important population to manage to manage consanguinity.
Notes and references of the article
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