Who are the Limousins, you ask? A very old and respected family with good breeding. In fact, cave drawings said to be 20,000 years old feature cattle that strongly resemble these golden-red cows. Limousin cattle are native to south central France in the regions of Limousin and Marche, where the terrain is described as rugged and rolling with rocky soil and a harsh climate. Limousin cattle have evolved into a sturdy, healthy and adaptable breed.
And now, here's another question for you:
Q: What do you call a grumpy cow?
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