I've been buying books. Lots of them. A new term has begun with the MSc and I am trying to swot up, but one of my favourites is a skinny, pocket-sized number about British cow breeds, perfect for taking for walks in the countryside; "Know Your Cattle". Now I know that the 10 white cows in the field next door are Charolais, a breed known for utility rather than beauty, and the first Continental breed to be imported into the British Isles, in the 1950s.
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