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Originally posted by crazydaisy
Wow, absolutely huge!
Wonder if and when there
will be enough of the large
cows to put them on the
market in place of or in
addition to normal size.
Originally posted by OccamAssassin
This may seem good at first glance, but I have to wonder about genetic diversity in 100 years.
We are already having problems with chickens because of selective breeding.
How long before we have similar problems in the beef industry?
Yes they do look like they have been given steroids but Nat Geo reports to the contrary. Who knows?
Originally posted by Silcone Synapse
reply to post by jude11
Hi Jude-That's a massive beast-looks like its been fed steroids since birth though.
Here's the other side of the coin-The world's smallest cow breed from Sri Lanka,where they are considered sacred,luckily for them.Only 33inches tall.
I would love a couple of those-I would never have to mow the lawn again,and my dogs could play with them!