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Nordland Lyngen
09 January 2018
History of the breed           The Nordlandshest/Lyngshest breed is the smallest Norwegian horse breed. It comes from the county of Lyngen but breeders of Nordland’s county gave the name “Nordlandshest” in 1968 and now a compromise has been accepted and both are regarded as official names. In the...
Caldela
12 May 2017
History The Caldelá is a cattle breed native to the Galicia north-western of Spain. The race is characterized by a black cape and hooked horns. It is bred exclusively in extensive production systems. Its meat is sold under the brand name of the Association of breeders "100% Raza Autóctona Caldelá". Status DAD –...
The Bela Krajina Pramenka are native Slovenian sheep. The breed is named after the region in the south-east part of Slovenia from which it originates. The breed has existed in the area for at least 100 years. Breed characteristics include longevity, strength, resilience in difficult and poor conditions, and...
The Krškopolje (black-belted) pig is the only Slovenian indigenous pig breed that is endangered. This breed originates from the Dolenjska region in southeast Slovenia.  Meat of the Krškopolje pig is used to prepare traditional Slovenian sausage called Kranjska. The characteristics of this breed include a white belt over the shoulders, white forelegs, and...
Baudet du Poitou
08 May 2015
History Donkeys from the Poitou region in west of France have been famous since the XVIIth century for the production of mules. Because of its large size, the Baudet du Poitou was used for intraspecies crossbreeding too, in order to improve other donkey breeds. Nowadays, it is used not only to...
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