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The English Longhorn originated in Britain; possibly back as far as the 17th Century! The area of Craven in the north of England is thought to be the first recorded region to breed English Longhorns.
They are easily recognisable due to the curving horns and for the distinctive white line that runs along the ridge of its back and down its tail.
Although originally used as a triple-purpose breed for beef, milk and pulling-power, the English Longhorn is now primarily for beef. The breed had almost died out until the Rare Breeds Survival Trust in the UK stepped in and revived the numbers of cattle so that the breed is no longer at risk.