Where are cattle mostly found in North America?
Holstein-Friesian are the most popular breed of cattle found. Many farms keep these milk cows.
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The polled Park cattle of the British Isles were given the distinguishing breed name British White back in the 1940's and at the same time the horned variety of Park cattle were given the name White Park. Prior to this, both the horned and polled Park cattle records were kept within the now defunct Park Cattle Society. There continues to be much misinformation regarding the ancient reach of the British White breed in the British Isles. The notion that this breed was brought in by the Vikings has long been shown to be invalid as there is obvious mention of the breed in historical and literary writings that well predate the arrival of the Vikings. As well, one continuously sees the perpetuation of the notion that the first mention of the breed is in the 16th century, and that is clearly an error of great proportion. Please see http://www.jwest.biz/BritishWhiteHistory.htm for an in-depth exploration of this ancient breeds adulation and existence as far back as historical and literary records exist in the oral and written annals of the British Isles.
The first colony in North America was not founded in 1607. The first permanent European colony in the Americas was Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic, founded by the Spanish in 1498. The first permanently settled European colony on continental North America was Veracruz, Mexico, founded in 1519 by the Spanish. St. Augustine, Florida is the oldest permanent European settlement in what is now the continental U.S., settled in 1565, also by the Spanish. The first British colony in North America was likely St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, which was a bustling fishing community by 1583, with Harbour Grace, Newfoundland recording its first year-round settlers that same year. Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada was permanently settled by the French in 1599 with Port Royal, Nova Scotia following in 1605. The London Company (also known as the Virginia Company) founded Jamestown for the British in 1607, making it the first permanent British colony in what is now the U.S.A. but it was not the first European or British colony in North America, with the above colonies all predating it. The Roanoke Colony in North Carolina was settled by the British in 1585 but was unsuccessful as a result of the disappearance of its colonists, which is why the Roanoke Colony is often referred to as the "lost colony". The first attempt at a permanent colony in North America, however, was the Norse settlement at L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland, Canada in 1003 - though this colony was later abandoned until English and French colonists arrived in Newfoundland in the 1500/1600s.
Champlain Italian-born Giovanni da Verrazano was the first to explore the region between Florida and Newfoundland for a route to the Pacific Ocean. He later claimed Florida for France, making him the founder of the first "permanent" French colony in North America. Because there are no French colonies left in America today, none of them were completely permanent.
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Cattle were first introduced to North America in the late 15th century when Christopher Columbus arrived to the Americas as a refugee from Spain.
No. Hawai'i is the most northern part of Polynesia. Hawaii is not part of any continent although it is politically part of the United States.
The four species of bears found in North America are the Polar Bear , Brown Bear , Grizzley Bear and Black Bear . The Grizzley and Brown bear are generally considered the same species.
These are some of the animals that live in North America continent.. Insects Birds Animals . Beetle Bold Eagle Black-footed ferret. Mosquitoes Brown Pelican Wild Wolf. Dragonflies Western Grebe Pronghorns. Caddisfly Black Vulture Black Bear. Chrysopidae Gray Hawk Key Dear
In 1799 Gold was found in North Carolina, but it didn't amount to much. The 1828 discovery in Georgia was the first Gold Rush.
The Native Americans during the Ice Age thousands and thousands of years ago. But people say Christopher Columbus because he made Eurasia and Africa know there was another land mass in the world.
Probably the first successful colony was the one at Jamestown, Virginia, established in 1607 (there was at least one other British attempt before it, but that settlement seems to have quickly vanished). The British colonists that arrived were sent by King James the First, who hoped to establish a presence in the "new world" and gain access to its natural resources. The first ships to land at Jamestown were under the command of Captain Christopher Newport.
The Vikings founded Vinland, a settlement in the current CanadianProvince of Newfoundland and Labrador roughly around 1000 C.E.
Harvard College, 1636 - founded on an endowment from John Harvard, an alumnus of Emmanuel College, Cambridge University, England.
It was founded by King Young Luke the seventh, with his crew of eight people. They lived in a hut and chose to go on an adventure then they found the island they thought it was rubbish so they went away then the Spanish came and named it North America. John Luk Chinese Geographical Scientist HKUST Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Squirrels,chimpmunks,deer,dogs,cats,hamsters,fish. Bears, moose, bison, geese, birds, owls, eagles Wolves, coyotes, wild turkey, raccoons, beavers, groundhogs, rabbits, alligators, bobcats, mountain lions.
Christianity is in almost all places, now. South America is discovering their Christian heritage in enormous numbers. Chinese christians meet in secret, due to government supression, but they still meet. Missionaries go to all lands and islands of the sea, with great success. Many Jews, Arabs, Muslims and Buddhists have found the completion of their faiths in the teachings of Christianity.
From a North Americans standpoint.. the answer is yes.. of course it was a good thing.. otherwise we would all be crowded into much smaller places ,, all highly populated and probably unable to sustain orselves.. not to mention the wealth and economy that has been gained by the discovery of North America. Without it,, the world would be a much different place.
One could argue that all discovery is good, but at the same time, Columbus and other explorers brought diseases to north America that nearly wiped out the natives there. This is subjective.
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. However - there are those that say the Burin peninsula of Newfoundland and Labrador is the most eastern point of NA. The argument: Since the world in round and angled, the peninsula ends up being a tad further out.
No, they originated in Eurasia and were brought to NA by settlers.. Buffalo has better meat with less fat and more protein and do not harm the soil as cattle. It was a dumb thing not to use the inland resources for meat. Deer also provides good meat. Cattle and swine should have never been introduced to start an industry.
Cattle were first domesticated in the region of western asia. They were brougth to North America by European settlers.
There are at least 35 species of pine trees known to be found inNorth America. This is roughly a third of all species on Earth.
Cattle rearing is an important occupation in the prairies of NorthAmerica because it provides people with food. The prairies haveplenty of grassland to feed the cattle and the temperatures areusually temperate.
They are found in South America, but you can find them in North America if it's someones pet.
So the historial record goes. I think Viking (Norsemen?) settlements and camp remains have been found, obviously in Greenland, but in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada, as well.
Jamestown was founded in 1607. The colony prevailed although there were problems in the early years.
The jaguar, found in Mexico, and small isolated populations in southern parts of Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico.
Currently, it's Angus, Charolais, Hereford, Limousin and Simmental that are, in order of importance, the most current top 5 breeds of cattle as of 2009.
North America has large deposits of many important minerals . its reserves of copper, silver, lead, zinc and nickel are among the largest in the world
There are 23 countries in North America. 1. Canada 2. United States 3. Mexico 4. Belize 5. Guatemala 6. Honduras 7. El Salvador 8. Nicaragua 9. Costa Rica 10. Panama 11. Bahamas 12. Cuba 13. Dominican Republic 14. Haiti 15. Jamaica 16. St Kitts and Nevis 17. St Lucia 18. St Vincent and the Grenadines 19. Barbados 20. Grenada 21. Antigua and Barbuda 22. Dominica 23. Trinidad and Tobago
As with any breed of horse, you have to have a market for that breed. Most industrial nations have the resources to afford the luxury of non-working horses.
It varies, in the mid-west, it is very flat, but near South Dakota it becomes very hilly.
The largest oil reserve in north america is found along the northern coast of alaska.
Marsupials are found on several of the continents. Australia is the continent on which 99% of the world's marsupials live. The opossum is a marsupial found in North America, but South America also has some marsupials, as does Asia. Some marsupials such as possums and tree kangaroos are also found on the island of New Guinea, which is not a continent.
There are hundreds of Bays in North America with the best known ones probably being Chesapeake, Hudson, San Francisco, Galveston and Mobile. Alaska alone has more than 30 bays plus other bodies of water not officially called bays, but which technically fit the definition. Similarly, Texas has more than 20 bays.
Just the way of the world. Canada is very large, with less population density and urbanization than other countries, which means it has more natural areas than other countries and Nature is beautiful.
North America lies between 25N to just below 50N - so any number from 26 to 29 should answer this question.
Pronghorns are found in the western parts of Canada and the US down into Mexico. They range from southern Saskatchewan and Alberta in Canada ,east to southwestern Minnesota down through Texas, west to coastal Califoria and down to southern Mexico. There is a Mexican variety of pronghorn found only in Mexico.
Most likely not. If you check in the National Geographic Website it will probably tell you.
Earthquakes are not mostly found in North America. In March 2011 Japan had a big earthquake and another June 2011. Since September last year New Zealand has over 30 earthquakes. In the last 7 days there have been 214 earthquakes around the world not mostly in N America. But anyway, the west coast of North and South America is part of the pacific ring of fire which is a region know for earthquakes
North America is in the north-western hemisphere and South America is in the south-western hemisphere.
Other cattle. Cows and bulls that are raised for reproductive purposes are kept to produce calves which grow into cattle which are raised for meat production or as replacements in the breeding herd.
Beef cattle are primarily found in Texas, though there are a few scant dairy farms in Texas as well, mainly in the well-vegetated Central Texas region.
The english only came from the east side of USA to settle so it has to be on the east side of the USA
There are plenty of wonders to be found in North and South America; the ancient Seven Wonders, however, referred purely to the man-made Wonders of the Mediterranean Sea area in ancient times.
The American Goldfinch is a migratory bird and can be found from Canada to North Carolina during the breeding season. In winter it can be found just south of the South Carolina border to Mexico.
The British North America was founded in 1818 after the war of 1812. A treaty was drawn up.This formed the British North America border of Ruperts land wet to the Rockies.
Along the coast. There are many along the Gulf Coast, such as PadreIsland in Texas. There are barrier islands in Mississippi, also offthe coast of Virginia, North Carolina, New York and many othercoastal areas. See link for more info about barrier islands.
The entire continents of North America, Central America and SouthAmerica are in the Western Hemisphere of Earth,because they lie totally westward of longitude zero degrees (theGreenwich meridian) and eastward of longitude 180 degrees (theInternationalk dateline). Also North America and Central America are part of the Northern Hemispher e. Most of South America is partof the Southern Hemisphere , however it's topregion (that area northward of the equator) is part of the NorthernHemisphere.
The Sioux were among the original Native American inhabitants ofthe area that is now North Dakota. The Sioux have reservations inmodern North Dakota.