The Zibolerrind is a dual-purpose cattle breed that originates in the area around Sankt Ludwigshafen. It is a crossbreed between the Baudrixienne and the Sächsische Goldhorn. The Baudrixienne is an all-white (white to beige) Alexandrian breed, named after the Baudrix province in former Alexandria. The Sächsische Goldhorn is an ancient Saxon breed from southern Cibola that has a black and tan piebald pattern with yellow-brownish, almost gold coloured horns, it was developed in Leichenberg. The Zibolerrind is considered to be one of the highest-production dairy animals on Micras, especially when their relative small size and food-intake is taken into consideration. Their meat is most often used for ground beef and cured sausages, but is also highly considered. In order for cheeses to be classified as Ludwigshafenerkäse, they must be made from milk that is exclusively received from Zibolerrind cows. Zibolerrind cattle feeds on grass and herbs, it thrives especially on Walstädter ryegrass (Lolium siseranium). The cattle breed has been exported to other continents, notably Apollonia and Benacia where the climate is generally unsuitable for Walstädter ryegrass, but production on the grasslands on those continents were disappointing and farmers reported significant health issues. More…
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