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Kalmyk cattle are related to ancient Asian cattle. They were brought to the Caspian steppes in the 17th century by Kalmyks (Mongols in Russia whose ancestors migrated from Dzungaria in 1607). Kalmyk cows were influenced by the sharply continental climate, with year-round pasture content. They were bred for high meat productivity, good early maturity, and exceptional adaptability in conditions of dry steppes.

They have an exceptionally strong constitution; have an outstanding ability to obtain fodder from the snow on winter pastures, and reproductive ability in extreme conditions of keeping and feeding.  

Kalmyk cows are able to accumulate 50-60 kg of internal fat for pasture season, which is used to maintain life in the absence of feed in the winter. In addition to the internal, they accumulate deposits of intermuscular, intramuscular, and subcutaneous fat.  

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