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Kostroma cattle are raised for Milk and meat production from the Yaroslavl, Russia. They were developed from Schwick, and Allgau cattle. Much attention was paid to the breeding of the Kostroma cattle, intensive cultivation of young animals, with abundant feeding, while keeping in unheated rooms, selecting and selecting animals for fatness, butterfat and fortress of the constitution, as well as full-fat feeding of adult cows. 

They range from light gray to dark brown. They have a strong constitution. In terms of appearance and productivity Kostroma cows are very similar to Schwitz cattle, but there are a number of differences, such as an elongated body, slightly raised withers, a head with a narrower forehead, and wider back.


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