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A draft cattle are bovine called Oxen.

draft refers to those that work in harness for a living,including horses. pulling wagons, plows, stumps,etc. cattle or oxen work in a yoke. A team of Oxen or teams. are sometimes depicted in paintings of the Oregon trail attached to a prairie schooner. such is on the Oregon state flag and seal.
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