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Hungarian Grey - heifer - Hungary

Hungarian Grey
(transboundary/brand name)

(most common name):
Magyar szürke
(local/other name):
• Magyar alföldi
also named (English):
• Crane-colored
• Grey Hungarian
• Hungarian Grey Steppe
• Hungarian Silver
• Hungarian Steppe
• White Hungarian
also named (German):
• Ungarisches Steppenrind

The Hungarian Grey is a Podolian Grey Steppe cattle breed.

The Hungarian Grey began when longhorned grey cattle entered Hungary in the 14th century.

Southwest Ukraine (formerly Podolia) is considered geographically to be one of the initial development areas for Grey Steppe cattle during the twelfth to fourteenth centuries.

Podolian cattle breeds have calves born with a fawn to reddish coat that turns grey or white after about five months of maturing.

You can also go to:

My Daily Cow® Hungary and read about other Hungarian cattle breeds.

The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Reference to see other breeds of cattle in the world.