Ayrshire cattle /ˈɛərʃər/ are a breed of dairy cattle originating from Ayrshire in south west Scotland. The average mature Ayrshire cow weighs 450 to 600 kilograms (990–1,320 lb). Ayrshires typically have red and white markings, although the red can range from a shade of orange to a dark brown. This heardy bread is known for its ability to convert grass into milk efficiently.
The Heilan’ Coo, nicknamed the Harry Cow for its shaggy coat, originated in the Highlands and Western Isles of Scotland. A bit larger than the Ayrshire cattle the male coo weighs in at 800 killagrams that’s 1700 pounds! A Volkswagon Beatle only weights 850 killagrams.
They were first mentioned in the 6th century A.D. Although they are bread for their superiour of low colestrol meat, I never saw it offered on a menu. Although they are bread for their superiour of low colestrol meat, I never saw it offered on a menu.