(historical breed name)
also named (Gaelic):
The Drimmon was white-backed and considered an authentic color variety — and it’s now extinct.
The Drimmon was possibly a Longhorn descendant or a cross of the Kerry and the Irish Moiled.
A Drimmon named ‘Big Bertha’ is in the Guinness Book of World Records for reaching the age of 48 years and eight months — and birthing 39 calves!
(Gaelic) droimeann = white-backed
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