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" Now there is some reason to believe * that cross-bred animals between two kinds, both of which are good milkers, such as Alderneys and Shorthorns, often turn out worthless in this respect. In the chapter on the Horse reasons were assigned for believing... "
The Brahma fowl - Page 39
by Lewis Wright - 1873
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The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume 2

Charles Darwin - Domestic animals - 1876
...which are good milkers, such as Alderneys and Shorthorns, often turn out worthless in this respect. In the chapter on the Horse reasons were assigned...parts of the world stripes of a dark colour frequently apjxair along the spine, across the legs, and on the shoulders, where they are occasionally double...
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Charles Darwin's Works: The variation of animals and plants under ...

Charles Darwin, Sir Francis Darwin - Science - 1896
...which are good milkers, such as Alderneys and Shorthorns, often turn out worthless in this respect. In the chapter on the Horse reasons were assigned...the spine, across the legs, and on the shoulders, whero they are occasionally double or treble, and even sometimes on the face and body of horses of...
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The Penycuik Experiments

James Cossar Ewart - Horses - 1899 - 177 pages
...neck and trunk. Darwin, after devoting much attention to the occurrence of bands on horses, states that "in all parts of the world stripes of a dark...treble, and even sometimes on the face and body, of all breeds of horses, and of all colours." f Nevertheless, after discussing at some length Lord Morton's...
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