A cow named Maturita or Graduation with a calf Little Graduation also runs among the cattle. It is clear what anniversary the breeder Dominika Kosová (29) received these pieces for. Another pair of Scottish Highland Cattle then came as a wedding gift.
“They look scary, but they’re lambs. They follow us like dogs and people, “ says Dominika’s husband Aleš (31). He has 13 cows with calves and five bulls in the pasture. They are outside all year round and calves are born without problems even at minus 20 degrees.
Defeat is difficult
“Sometimes the herd crosses a fence and explores the surroundings. Even the neighbors are not afraid of them. Only because of one cow did we have an alarm early in the summer. She ran away from the corral, reached for the warm road, and fell asleep. People couldn’t go to work, “ remembers Aleš.
The weight of the animals ranges from 650 to 700 kilos, but the bushy fur makes them even more powerful. The family keeps them for meat, they say they taste a bit like game. “Only the defeat is mentally demanding for us, we love them all,” Dominika notes.
They are calm
The family chose the breed because not everyone has it and because it is resilient and peaceful. “When we drive cattle from enclosure to enclosure, they walk in peace on the road, and no shouting or more hunters are needed.” will tell Aleš Kos.
According to Aleš Kos, Scottish highland cattle have a slightly slower development. “Cows are only allowed at the age of four, but live up to the age of 18 to 20,” states. Young bulls of this breed still have horizontal horns, so they would not defend themselves with them. When they grow up, they curl forward. Then they can take on any juice.
To make matters worse, Grandpa Tomáš Kos (58) breeds kangaroos with a white individual headed, mini-pigs, llamas and a raccoon a short distance away. In the place that people call the Kangaroo U, a mini zoo can be seen.
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