Baltana Romaneasca cattle


Baltana (or Baltata) Romaneasca, or Romanian Spotted cattle, have emerged since 1860 as a the result of a long crossing between Grey Romanian Cattle and Simmental bulls. They are the most numerous in Romania. They are hardy and sure-footed making them ideal for upland and Alpine regions. Although spotted and highly variable, they almost invariably have white faces.

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