Belted Galloway cattle grazing on National Trust land.
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a rare breed they are reputed to be very flavoursome and tender. the young are born brown with a cream belt and as they age, become black with a white belt.
Can anyone say why galloways are used, I've not come across this breed being used before.
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These are hardy and relatively self sufficient, able to graze flood plains due to smaller size and weight - handy for river bank maintenance
Thanks for that rjbuxton. I've seen dexters used for this.
Lat/Lng: 51.8, -2.1
OS grid ref: SO9418