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  1. I just like highland cattle so I took the photo off the Internet. I think the breed is safe. Some people have them around here (Colorado) and I'm sure there are loads in Scotland.
    Thanks for info on the horse.
  2. PS; Is your long horned breed in a similar preservation situation???"grulla"
  3. Hello "highlander"; she is a Spanish Colonial roaned grulla (groo-ya), (circa 2006), part of a breeding program my late wife and I were involved in to help save and preserve some of the original Spanish stock, of ancient Iberian descent, from being diluted in the feral mustang herds Thanks for asking..."grulla".
  4. I like the horse in your avatar. Is it yours? What breed is it?
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Grant County, NM
Alternate energy, self reliant homestead
Born 1945 Manhatten, NYC. Attended and completed public school in Bergen County,NJ and 2 more years at RCA Institute of Electronics, NYC. Retired from 42 years as FCC licensed railroad telecom tech. Relocated job/career to sw NM in 1984, now living in remote part of Grant County,NM.
Retired from railroad, but working harder than ever trying to build permanent selfrelianth homestead


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