5 edition of The wild white cattle of Great Britain. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By the late Rev. John Storer ... Ed. by his son, John Storer ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 384 p.|
|Number of Pages||384|
|LC Control Number||agr28000831|
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Other characteristics: British Whites and American British White Parks are a very old breed, one of the oldest in Britain, with direct links to the ancient indigenous wild white cattle of Great Britain. This breed originated from Whalley Abbey, Lancashire, however was not officially named as such until %(10). The White Park is a rare breed of ancient horned cattle primarily residing in Great Britain. Two similar semi-feral populations, the Chillingham Wild Cattle in Northumbria and the Vaynol cattle from Gwynedd in North Wales, have a separate breed status. There are relatively small numbers of the White Park cattle in the United States, where they are commonly known as the Ancient .
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The wild white cattle of Great Britain: an account of their origin, history, and present state. Related Titles. Series: Museum of Comparative Zoology--Biodiversity Heritage Library digitization project.
Storer, John, of Hellidon. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication infoBook Edition: New And Cheap Ed. The wild white cattle of Great Britain. An account of their origin, history, and present state.
Wild White Cattle in Vaynol Park (of Scottish Origin) photo from Farm live stock of Great Britain, By Robert Wallace, Loudon M. Douglas, Primrose McConnell, W. Wale. – Rev John Storer, author of ‘The Wild White Cattle of Great Britain’, visits Somerford Park, Cheshire and records a herd of 20 head.
– ‘Occasional’ or ‘Constant’ exchanges of bulls takes place between Somerford and Woodbastwick herds. Title. Wild white cattle of Great Britain. Storer, John, of Hellidon. Type. Book Material. Published material.
Publication info. Full text of "Wild white cattle of Great Britain" See other formats. British White The British White first came to notice in on the dispersal of the herd at Whalley Abbey.
This herd is considered the fountainhead of the breed and was probably created by crossing a polled bull from Cleveland, in northeast England, with the 'wild' horned white cattle of the area near Whalley.
The British White is one of the oldest breeds in Britain with direct links with the ancient indigenous wild white cattle of Great Britain. This breed originated from Whalley Abbey, Lancashire. In some of the original white polled cattle from this farm were taken down to Norfolk by Mary Assheton into Gunton Park.
the wild, white cattle of great britain. " W11EN wild in woods the noble savage ran," in lauds which it is difficult to picture to the imagination in any other than a minutely civilised and cultivated condition, there ran with him—herds as wild, but probably much bettor-looking- great herds of huge, horned cattle.
The wild white cattle of Great Britain. An account of their origin, history, and present state by Storer, John, of Hellidon. Publication date Topics Cattle Publisher London, New York [etc.] Cassell, Petter, Galpin & co Collection This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
The modern day breed of cattle known as British Whites can claim direct links with the ancient indigenous wild white cattle of Great Britain, notably from the park at Whalley Abbey, Lancashire which was bought by Richard Assheton in British animals extinct within historic times: with some account of British wild white cattle.
[James Edmund Harting] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # Cattle--Great Britain\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. The White Park cattle is a rare breed of large horned cattle with ancient herds preserved in Great Britain.
The breed has been documented in Britain since the thirteenth Century. The White Park cattle are also known by some other names such as Park, White Forest, Wild White, White Horned and also known as the Ancient White Park in North America.
Image caption Chillingham wild cattle breed throughout the year. Richard Marsh is prepared for winter snows and his charges, a herd of. In Britain, pedigrees are now maintained by the British White Cattle Society, although in the past British Whites and White Parks formed different sections in the same herdbook.
The British White Cattle Society of Australia governs the breed in that country. Its first Herd Book. Buy Wild white cattle of Great Britain by Storer, John of Hellidon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback.
Chillingham offers an outstanding day out in one of the most beautiful parts of Northumberland. Your first scary experience is a visit to the wild white cattle.
These unique beasts fight for the chance to mate. Bulls can – and do – kill each other. The guided tours take you close, but not too close, to these extraordinary animals. Please. Wild Cattle of Great Britain.
THE WILD CATTLE OF GREAT BRITAIN. BY R. AULD, F.Z.S. THERE has always been a great deal of interest manifested in the lay as well as in the scientific mind as to the wild cattle of Britain.
The British Association appointed a committee to inquire into the condition of these herds, and at a late meeting this. The modern British white cattle breed can claim direct links with the ancient indigenous wild white cattle of Great the early 20th century the number of herds dropped to just seven with Author: Helena Horton.The wild white cattle of Great Britain: an account of their origin, history, and present state / (London ; New York: Cassell, Petter & Galpin, ), by John Storer (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Cattle and dairy farming.
(Washington, Govt. print off., ), by United States. Bureau of Foreign Commerce (page images at.The White Park Cattle has been originated in Britain. There are still several historical herds in life that date from that time.
Some other names such as Park, White Forest, Wild White also know Even the White Park cattle and known as the Ancient White Park from North America.