(most common name):
• Ceska Cervinka
• Czech Red
also named (English):
• Bohemian Red
The Český červinka is the Czech name for the Bohemian Red. (Czechia is the commonly used name for the Czech Republic.)
This old strain of local Red Highland cattle is the only one to survive today. Older, now extinct, strains included:
• the Lišna Red (Lišnanský červený in Czech)
• the Moravian Red (also, Moravian Carpathian, Moravian Land; Moravský červený in Czech)
• the Slovakian Red (Slovenský červený in Czech)
You can also go to:
My Daily Cow® Czechia/Czech Republic and read about other Czech cattle breeds.
The Cow Wall® A-Z Cattle Breed Picture Reference to see other breeds of cattle in the world.