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Highland Cow For Sale -- KIKE10209 viewsKIKE10 -- also known as Mairi Ruadh 5th of Innisard -- was born on 1 May 1993. She is currently for sale, with a bull calf at foot born 3 May 2005 (UK302940600063).
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KIKE10 Having Her Pregnancy Test180 viewsOur veterinarian, Richard Chamings, doing a pregnancy test on KIKE10. She has a bull calf at foot, born on 3 May 2005. She is not pregnant, so we will put her back in with Lord Rannoch of Lucies.
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Highland Cattle On The Mooove164 viewsBirchfields 1, morning of 13 October 2005. There was a beautiful cloud formation overhead, above the Malvern Hills.
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Mairi Ruadh 9th of Innisard155 viewsUKIP035700033 -- Mairi Ruadh 9th of Innisard -- born on 30 January 1997. Sold with a bull calf at foot, UK302940600070 born 8 August 2005. PD'd on 13 October 2005 by Richard Chamings and confirmed in calf. Sold 12 Nov 05.
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Mairi Ruadh 9th of Innisard207 viewsUKIP035700033 -- Mairi Ruadh 9th of Innisard -- born on 30 January 1997. With a bull calf at foot, UK302940600070 born 8 August 2005. PD'd on 13 October 2005 by Richard Chamings and confirmed in calf. Sold 12 Nov 05.
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Mairi Ruadh 9th of Innisard Coming into the Crush179 viewsTo have her ear hair trimmed so we can see her ear tag, and for her pregnancy test.
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Neonag 1st of Brucefield - Highland Cow For Sale268 viewsUK302940300046 -- Neonag 1st of Brucefield -- born 25 March 1991. Last calves 1 July 2005.
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UK302940100044 - The Bull With the White Spot244 viewsThe Highland bull surveying his new home in Lancashire. He arrived at his new mountain top in what photographers call the "Magic Hour." But Marjorie and I were too exhausted and grumpy -- from a six hour drive from Worcestershire -- to really enjoy the gorgeous scenery.
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Picanha Steaks on the Grill1508 viewsPicanha is a cut of beef in Brazil that is generally considered to be the best part of the cow, even better than the fillet. Picanha (pick-ahn-yeh) is a Portuguese word, without direct translation into English. Brazilians travelling to the U.K. are often surprised to discover that what they consider to be a prime delicacy is divided among other cuts by British butchers.
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Preparing the Picanha789 viewsMarjorie has cut cross-hatches on the fat layer of the picanha, and is about to rub salt onto the meat (and particularly into the cuts). When cooking the meat, it's important not to pierce it -- in doing so, the juices will escape.
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Two Picanha Steaks Cut From The Whole3695 viewsThis is the piece that Marjorie rubbed with salt. We have cut the steaks quite thick, and are about to put them on the grill.
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Cooked Picanha Steak3712 viewsWe did not cut this when it was on the grill -- this kept the juices inside. When we cut it, hot, on the cutting board, the delicious melted Kobe fat just poured out. Delicious with a simple salad.
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