(most common name in English)
(most common name):
• de la Tierra
• del País
• Raza Canaria
The Canary Island originates from the importation of Northwest Spanish cattle, especially the Galician Blond, during the last quarter of the 15th century to the Canary Islands (also called, ‘the Canaries’).
Canary Island cattle were then brought to Santo Domingo by the Spaniards in 1493. So today, the Latin American Criollo resembles the Canary Island.
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My Daily Cow® Spain and read about other Spanish cattle breeds.
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