Pie Rouge des Plaines cows breed (Lowland Red Pied Cattle) is a milk cow breed in France. Pie Rouge des Plaines cows are a dairy cows strain. They are useful for milk production.
Crossbreeding cows made it. The strain is consumed in Brittany and Normandy, in the portion of France.
The Pie Rouge des Plaines cows differ in the similar Red Holstein. Even the Red Holstein is a choice of Holstein cows that are red.
Pie Rouge des Plaines Cattle Characteristics
Pie Rouge des Plaines cows are moderate to large-sized creatures. These creatures are from coloration as its name implies.
They have short horns and light skin. The elevation of the bulls is approximately 138 for its cows and approximately 150 cm at the withers.
The bulls on weighing approximately 1000 kg.
And bodyweight of these cows is approximately 700 kg.
Pie Rouge des Plaines Advantages
Pie Rouge des Plaines cows are good milk producers.
As well as also their milk is of quite great quality, comprising approximately 4.13% fat and approximately 3.44 percentage protein.
A cow average can create approximately 6900 oz of milk each year. These animals have been trapped with beef cattle breeds for generating calves.
As well as their meat quality is larger than cows. They are located together using a few in sections and Normandy, in Brittany.
There were approximately 25,000 breeding cows, even together with 4000 from the herdbook in 2001.
Pie Rouge des Plaines Cattle Breed Information
|Breed Name||Pie Rouge des Plaines|
|Other Name||Lowland Red Pied Cattle|
|Breed Purpose||Mainly milk, and also meat|
|Special Notes||Good milkers, calves grow fast|
|Breed Size||Medium to large|
|About 1000 kg|
|Cows||About 700 kg|
|Climate Tolerance||All Climates|
|Country/Place of Origin||France|