Holstein Cows are characterized by a large variability through the prism:
- A healthy Holstein cow has 40 kilograms at birth
- Holstein color is on its ancestors who lived in nomadic tribes in North America
- The average weight is 680 kg and is 1.5 meters tall
Live stock – Holstein Cows specification
In general, Holstein Cows breed has the following characteristics:
|Type||Height||Weight||Circumference of the trunk|
|White color with black, red and white.||150cm||680-1180 kg||–|
Life expectancy 10 years
Live stock – Holstein Cows Meat
Holstein cows are white with black, but there are copies reddish white (the color comes from a recessive gene). Color variation starts at predominantly white with black spots, to predominantly black with white spots. Holstein color is on its ancestors who lived in nomadic tribes in North America.
A healthy Holstein cow has 40 kilograms at birth. When fully mature at age 4, the average weight is 680 kg Holstein cow and is 1.5 meters tall (from feet to shoulders). Holstein bulls may reach a weight of 1,180 kilograms.