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Yummy silage = happy cows. Class of 2013 tucking into fragrant silage. South Devon Cattle thrive on a grass fed diet.

Yummy silage = happy cows. Class of 2013 tucking into fragrant silage. South Devon Cattle thrive on a grass fed diet.

SAS Breeding Group of Pedigree South Devon Cattle

SAS Breeding Group of Pedigree South Devon Cattle

It is believed South Devon cattle evolved from the large red cattle of Normandy which were imported to England at the time of the Norman invasion. Description from en.wikipedia.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

It is believed South Devon cattle evolved from the large red cattle of Normandy which were imported to England at the time of the Norman invasion. Description from en.wikipedia.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The first "Devon" cattle reached what is now the United States in 1623. The ship Charity brought a consignment of red cattle (one bull and three heifers) from Devonshire, England to Edward Winslow, the agent for Plymouth Colony. These red cattle of Devonshire, brought in by the Pilgrims, were probably the first purebred cattle to reach North America

The first "Devon" cattle reached what is now the United States in 1623. The ship Charity brought a consignment of red cattle (one bull and three heifers) from Devonshire, England to Edward Winslow, the agent for Plymouth Colony. These red cattle of Devonshire, brought in by the Pilgrims, were probably the first purebred cattle to reach North America

South Devon cattle the grove herd

South Devon cattle the grove herd

"South Devon"  have existed in south-west England for about 400 years. They are believed to have evolved from the large red cattle of Normandy which were imported to England at the time of the Norman invasion.  Over 100 years of selection for performance have given the South Devon its outstanding qualities of beef and maternal characteristics.

"South Devon" have existed in south-west England for about 400 years. They are believed to have evolved from the large red cattle of Normandy which were imported to England at the time of the Norman invasion. Over 100 years of selection for performance have given the South Devon its outstanding qualities of beef and maternal characteristics.

South Devon Cattle

South Devon Cattle

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