shorthorn

[ UK /ʃˈɔːθɔːn/ ]
NOUN
  1. English breed of short-horned cattle
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How To Use shorthorn In A Sentence

  • The cattle judges were from a federal agency that knew all cattle and not just the longhorns and shorthorns.
  • The size of the neat, compact body is deceptive: the Devon can weigh more than a Hereford or Beef Shorthorn.
  • It is suitable for the tropics with tick and eye cancer resistance from the Zebu with the meat characteristics of the shorthorn, and is hardy, coping with all conditions.
  • Slowly the longhorns, the shorthorns and cattle with no horns at all, had been "hazed" in from their feeding grounds toward The Boy Ranchers on the Trail
  • The herd of 115 milkers and 85 followers is mainly pedigree black and whites but there are also 20 award-winning dairy shorthorns.
  • We raised shorthorn and Hereford, and Corriedale sheep. The Legacy of Heorot
  • Handily, there is a glossary, so that you, too, will know that a tufter is an old hound, and a stirk is a shorthorned bullock.
  • When he realized that his investment in eucalyptus was a failure he turned his attention to stock breeding, determining finally to produce the finest strains of Shire horses, Shorthorn cattle and Duroc Jersey hogs in America. The Eucalyptus Grove
  • The cattle judges were from a federal agency that knew all cattle and not just the longhorns and shorthorns.
  • Enderby Island Shorthorns had adapted to harsh subantarctic conditions.
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