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Kholmogory cattle are one of the oldest dairy breeds. The first mention of them dates back to the 18th century. They were developed in the Kholmogory district, Russia; where favorable economic and local fodder conditions contributed to their formation. In the region from 1693 to 1728 foreign cows of different breeds were imported. The region was one of the commercial ports through which brisk trade with foreign countries was carried out. Ice cream milk, meat, and live cattle were exported in large quantities. Local Kholmogory cattle were bred to Dutch and Holstein cattle. The newly-received Kholmogory breed of cows was officially registered and presented to the agricultural community in 1937.  

They are large and have a pronounced milky body type. Most are black and motley, although sometimes they are red-motley, red and black. The milk yield is 3000-3300 kg, the fat content of milk is 3.6 - 3.7%. From cows-recorders for lactation, receive 7000-10 000 kg of milk. Cattle are well acclimatized.  

Kholmogory cows on the average have a mass of 480-590 kg, bulls-producers 850-950 kg. The largest cows reach 800 kg and more, bulls - 1200 kg. The reproductive function is well developed in individuals. So, at birth, the live weight of chicks is 32-35 kg, bull-calves - 37-39 kg. At 18 months of age, the mass is 370-390 kg. 

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