How many windows does a Limousin have?
It would vary depending on the individual Limousin.
Limousin cattle originated from France, specifically from the Limousin and Marche regions. Locally, though, Limousin cattle come from other Limousin cattle, specifically cows and bulls that are of the Limousin breed.
1,982 civil solidarity pacts ("PACs") were registered in Limousin during 2009.
Just over 750,000
No. A Hereford cow will only give birth to a Hereford-Limousin cross calf if bred to a Limousin bull. Only a Limousin cow can give birth to a Limousin calf--IF she's bred to a Limousin bull. Just like a Hereford cow can only give birth to a Hereford calf if bred to a Hereford bull. Otherwise, she too (referring to the Limousin cow) can give birth to Hereford-Limousin-cross calf if bred to a Hereford bull.
Limousin cattle are beef cattle.
Limousin cattle are both horned and polled depending on genetics. Horned tends to be more prevalent, but it is not uncommon to see French breeders that have polled Limousin cattle. Polled Limousin are most common in North America.
French and Occitan are spoken in Limousin. There are about 4 different Occitan dialects in use in Limousin, although their use is rapidly declining: Limousin dialect Auvergnat dialect in the East/North-East Languedocien in the Southern fringe of Corrèze Marchois
Raymond Limousin has written: 'Jean Bourdichon, peintre & enlumineur'
Limousin cows tend to have a height between 5 to 7 feet at the shoulder at adult maturity.
Limousin are selected to have long gestation periods, which is around 290 to 300 days (or more) in length.
If they match the Limousin Association's (depending which country you are living in) breed standards and you are wanting to breed Limousins, then yes.
A Limousin cow can be expected to produce as much as 10 to 20 lbs of milk per day.
Limousin cattle are known as the "carcass" breed, meaning that they have a high quality of meat, strong calving ease and maternal qualities.
it is located on limousin region of France
A Limousin heifer is expected to hit puberty at around 8 to 10 months of age, though some fertile lines have had heifers reach puberty earlier.
They are actually very similar. Simmentals finish a little heavier than a Limousin does, but the percent carcass value from the liveweight remains the same: ~50% of the liveweight.
The first automobile limousine, built in 1902, was designed so the driver sat outside under a covered compartment. The word limousine is derived from the name of the French region Limousin, because this covered compartment physically resembled the cloak hood worn by the shepherds there. An alternate etymology has the chauffeur wearing a Limousin-style cloak in the open driver's compartment, for protection from the weather. Limousin is a region in France located south of Paris… Read More
The telephone country code for France is +33. The area code for Limousin is 05, or +33 5 in international format. The local number is a further 8 digits.
Limousin cattle are a beef breed, not a dairy breed of cattle. So in other words, no not really. They have a milking ability that is matched to that of Angus, which is not nearly as good as Holstein or Jersey.
Yes, they have a high quality meat.
Yes, there is a province in France called "limousin."
Well if you mean the now extinct horse breed it used to weight around 1000 to 1400 pounds. If you mean the French Limousin Cattle, then current weights are cows, 1,543 pounds and for bulls 2,645 pounds.
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Olivier Manoury was born in 1953, in Tulle, Limousin, France.
Limi bulls can get a bit over 5 feet at the shoulder.
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Same as any other cow: around 24 hours.
Angus, Charolais, Hereford, Limousin and Simmental.
Not sure what you mean here, as there really is no such thing as "material weight." It's either live weight or carcass weight, depending on age and sex. Live weight of Limousin cattle is around 1600 lbs; bulls tend to be a bit heavier.
Limousins are not the easiest to spot, unless you're in France or looking for the more traditional coloured type cattle and are not spotting them from the highway traveling 100 km/hr down the road. Typically the heritage-type Limousin cattle are a mahogany-red colour with light undertones in the underline, around the eyes, muzzle and extending to the inside of each leg. They are very blocky in bodily conformation, making them look like beefy rectangles on… Read More
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Limousin are typically a reddish-orange coloration with light highlights around the eyes and muzzle, and also come in black. They are very blocky animals, as the body shape, when looking from the side, looks like a rectangle. Bulls are often very muscular. The most noticeable thing about Limousin's is their lip. Their lip is more tucked up than other breeds, making it look less loose-looking than other breeds, or more flatter. Limousin are also known… Read More
Charolais, Chianina, Gelbvieh, Limousin, Maine Anjou, Salers, and Simmental
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There are many versions of Windows available for laptops today. Most laptops run on the latest versions of Windows (currently Windows 8). Many laptops also run on Windows 7.
The buildings on the bases have as many windows as they need. There is no standard.
All versions of Windows would be used in Canada, like in any country. Many people would be using Windows 8. Many would still be using Windows 7, many using Vista, many using XP and so on.
They are "compatible" in the sense that many applications that run on Windows XP will run on Windows Vista.
The fine French surname Dorval is first found in the records of Limousin.
Alexandre Vialatte was born on May 3, 1901, in Magnac-Laval, Limousin, France.
Jean Antoine Zamora has written: 'Une Saison en Limousin'
the norm for a full grown limousin cow is between 1,000 to 1,800 pounds.
They originated in South France, the first herd book dates back to 1886.
Angus, Charolais, Brahman, Simmental, Hereford, Limousin, Gelbvieh and Red Angus.
Charles Gaidy has written: 'Les coqs de peche en limousin'
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